On April 22, 2013 the Coolidge Corner Theatre presents the latest installment of the Science on Screen program "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly with Frank Guenther, computational and cognitive neuroscientist."
Frank Guenther, a CompNet Member, will be speaking about brain-machine interfaces for locked-in patients prior to a screening of Julian Schnabel's 2007 film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. Frank Guenther is a professor in the Departments of Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences and Biomedical Engineering at Boston University and Co-PI of CELEST.
The Science on Screen program pairs feature films and documentaries with science and technology experts. This is the eighth season of the monthly series, co-presented by the Museum of Science, Boston.
Science on Screen programs are $10 regular admission, or $8 for seniors, students, and Museum of Science members. Members of the Coolidge Corner Theatre get free admission to these shows. The event is on April 22, 2013 at 7:00pm.