The neuroscience community is currently facing a crisis. There is a vast amount of neuroscience-related research and educational activity occurring across a wide array of disciplines within university environments, but the main problem is that this activity remains scattered and fragmented (the figure below shows all the neuro-related labs on Georgia Tech's campus, which, for the most part, remain disconnected).
To solve this problem, this textbook outlines a new educational discipline, theory, and student-led movement - neurobiotechnology. This newly defined discipline combines neurophilosophy, neuroscience, neuroengineering, entrepreneurship, and medicine in order to more clearly define all the resources available to solve neuroscience-related (and thus neuroengineering-related) problems, as well as to optimize the network interactions among these sources. Join this movement to take a role to help solve the biggest issues in brain science.
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