"I Sing the Body Electric" celebrates the natural energy within us. Walt Whitman included it in Leaves of Grass, a grouping of his early poems that he self-published 1855.

The title of his poem "I Sing the Body Electric" implies a poetry based on science, which is what we now call neuroscience.

This field of study has greatly evolved since Whitman sang the body electric. We now understand how the natural energy within us impacts on who we are and the world at large. The idea of Body Electric has become integral to our culture.

 

Our Culture will feature some of the exciting  thinking and breakthroughs that are going  on in the rapidly changing world of neuroscience.

Your Brain and Body are One in the Same

Jack Meserve
New York Magazine
7 January 2016
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How to Experience Flow and Get Crazy Productive

Dr. Travis Bradberry
7 January 2016
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Brain Power: From Neurons to Networks

Tiffany Schlain & The Moxie Institute Films
7 January 2016
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The Brain’s Way of Healing

Norman Doidge, MD
Penguin Publishing Group

The bestselling author of The Brain That Changes Itself presents astounding advances in the treatment of brain injury and illness

7 January 2016
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A Declaration of Interdependence

a Cloud Film by Moxie Institute directed by Tiffany Schlain
Los Angeles Times By Emily Sohn
7 January 2016
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The Brain with David Eagleman

David Eagleman
PBS series

Neuroscientist David Eagleman explores the wonders of the human brain in an epic series that reveals the ultimate story of us, why we feel and think the things we do.

7 January 2016
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