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Cerveau en tête

Campagne d'information publique
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When?

From 2018-03-12 to 2018-03-16

Registrations closing date: 2018-03-02

Where?

Université Laval
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This Event is Free!

La semaine « Cerveau en tête » est une campagne d’information publique qui a été instaurée en 1996 par le groupe Dana Alliance (http://www.dana.org/brainweek/). Cet évènement, qui a pour but de promouvoir le progrès et les bienfaits de la recherche sur le cerveau, se déroule chaque année durant une semaine partout à travers le Canada, les États-Unis et l’Europe. La prochaine semaine Cerveau en tête aura lieu du 12 au 16 mars 2018.

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