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Your Environment. Your Health.

Music & Science Lunch, Listen & Learn

February 18, 2020
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

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Purpose

John Brown playing a Double bass
Richard Mooney

NIEHS invited the public to a Lunch, Listen & Learn series on Music & Science. Prominent jazz bassist John Brown performed a few selections, followed by a discussion with neuroscientist Richard Mooney on music, the brain, and their impact on our health.

Brought to you by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences & the Research Triangle Foundation.

Questions

For questions, contact MusicandScience@niehs.nih.gov.

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