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Halifax Local Brain Bee is back! 

All students attending Grades 9-12 at a Nova Scotia high school are invited to participate in the Halifax Brain Bee Competition, to be held on Friday March 27th, 2020, takign place at The Brain Repair Centre, 1348 Summer Street, Halifax, NS, B3H 4R2. See below for Schedule of Events.  

What is a Brain Bee? 

It is a neuroscience trivia challenge for high school students, where competitors answer questions* about the brain and neuroscience. Students study topics on memory, sleep, intelligence, emotion, perception, stress, aging, brain imaging, neurology, neurotransmitters, genetics, brain disease and other brain-related stuff! Students compete in a one-day competition with other local students to determine a winner, who will have the opportunity to compete at the next level in the CIHR Canadian National Brain Bee competition where cash prizes are available.

There will be two rounds of questions for all competitiors - 50 multi-choice qns and a written short answer test (3 sets of 5 qns). Each test will have a time constraint. The Top 3 students will progress to a Final Showdown, 20 qns (Oral).  The winner will be announced on the day. 

The Brain Bee is proudly organized by the Brain Repair Centre at Dalhousie University with assistance from the Undergraduate Neuroscience Association (UNS). There is no fee associated for this event.

Registration

Registration is open and is first come first serve! We have limited spots available so sign up early! If you would like to register, please fill out this Google Docs Form.

Study Resources

There will be a number of question rounds and all questions will be based on information in the textbook Neuroscience: The Science of the Brain Textbook. Adjudicators will be graduate students and researchers from Dalhousie Brain Repair Centre. Questions will range from multiple choice, short answer, and true or false. 
There is also a free web-based resouce called “Bright Lights in Neuroscience” which is a study package that includes practice questions. 

If you are interested, complete the registration form and we will contact you with more details.
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Schedule of Events 
(Subject to minor change) 

10.00am          Opening Remarks 
10.15am          Test 1 (Multi-choice x 50 qns) 
11.00am          Nutrition Break 
11.15am          Test 2 – Short answer session (written x 15 qns)
12.00pm          Lunch
12.45pm          Lab Tours
1.45pm            Final Showdown
2.30pm            Lab Tours
3.00pm            Announcement of Winners and presentation of Prizes    

All events will take place at The Brain Repair Centre and associated labs

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