Online ResourcesBrain: The Inside Story Exhibition Website
Access featured videos, interactives, photo galleries, and more from the exhibition.
Brain: The Inside Story for Educators
This website lists all exhibition-related resources and tips on planning your visit.
Games, puzzles, and activities help kids explore how the brain enables us to think and move.
Check out the Human Bulletin for recent discoveries about neuroanatomy, symbolic thought, and the wiring and evolution of the human brain.
Neuroscience for Kids
This searchable site for middle- and high-school students combines science basics with new discoveries in brain research, experiments, and lesson plans for teachers.
This illustrated atlas explains brain anatomy, how it works, and current knowledge about a range of brain disorders.
The Brain from Top to Bottom
Browsable by module and topic, high-school students can explore the brain from synapse to social constructs.
Charlie Rose: The Brain Series
In each episode of this PBS monthly series, a panel of experts discusses a different aspect of brain function and research.
Society for Neuroscience: NERVE
This regularly updated site provides information and tools for teachers. Searchable by grade level, topic, and keyword.
Society for Neuroscience: Brain Facts
Aimed at high-school students and teachers, this free downloadable book is a primer on the brain and nervous system.