Presenting the BRAIN WAVES Issue of Labocine
Consciousness and unconsciousness, vision and hallucination, memory and forgetting, sleep, wakefulness, and dream.
As much as we have been able to learn about our brains and their functions, particularly in the last century since the advent of modern neuroscience, what we still don’t know covers a vast and mysterious territory.
For our December issue, we’ll probe these fuzzy edges of knowing and unknowing, as neurons attempt self-understanding, neuroscientists search in dreams, and new technologies that allow us deeper glimpses, and even complex modeling, of once-obscure neurological function. — Curator Nathan Dorr
Issue Cover: ‘Electric Embrace’
This isn’t just a synapse. It’s a metaphor for how connecting people through citizen science projects like EyeWire can ultimately bring us together and help us understand how our brains work.
This synapse between two starburst amacrine cells was discovered by gamers in the online game EyeWire.
Labocine is a new platform for extraordinary films from the science new wave. From lab footage to documentary to fiction, Labocine aspires to become one of the largest and most diverse platforms for science cinema worldwide.
On the first Tuesday of each month, Labocine releases a surgically curated issue of films connected by a theme. Issues are organized in an interactive network-viewing experience, branching out as interconnected nodes from the central theme — a phylogenetic tree of movies and ideas.
Part archive, part curated program, part experiment, Labocine challenges the way you understand, interpret, and appreciate scientific ideas.