Build A Human Spinal Cord Out Of LEGO With Stanford University Neuroscientists


On December 5th, you have the opportunity to build a human spinal cord out of LEGO at Stanford’s Brain Development Project Lab for FREE!

Play-Well TEKnologies and The Stanford Brain Development Project are collaborating on project to teach kids about the human anatomy, specifically the spinal cord, all while getting them interested in the sciences and other STEM related fields.

Come play, build, and learn about the spinal cord and it’s connection with the brain from real-life Neuroscientists! Stanford University Neuroscientists will be on hand to answer any questions you have about your brain and how it works!

Date: December 5th, 9 AM – 5 PM

Time: 3 Sessions, 9 AM – 11 AM, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM, 2:30 PM  – 4:30 PM

Location: Stanford Brain Development Project Laboratory (1070 Arastradero Road Suite 220 Palo Alto, Ca, 94304)

Cost: FREE

What is even more exciting is we may set a World Record for the most LEGO spinal cords ever made.

For more information and to sign up, click this link below:

Build The Human Spinal Cord out of LEGO at Stanford University

If the event is already sold out, we recommend signing up to our wait list, as we will see about accommodating more people into a session if there is demand.
If you know anyone else that loves LEGO and would like to learn more about the human brain from real neuroscientists, please share this event with them.  Hope to see you there!

LEGO Spinal Cord Prototype

5 thoughts on “Build A Human Spinal Cord Out Of LEGO With Stanford University Neuroscientists

  1. Paul Anderson says:

    Please sign up my son David Anderson for the Lego spinal construction event 11/14. Please send me an email confirmation. Thank you very much.

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