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Steve Ramirez is a graduate student from MIT who studied Brain and Cognitive Sciences and has been giving keynotes on some groundbreaking ideas. Ramirez is working his way towards a PhD in neuroscience. His work and research has been published in magazines and on blogs like Science, New Scientist, Discover, Scientific American and Gizmodo.
Ramirez's goal is ultimately to become a teacher and operate a lab that focuses on studying the brain and the way that memories function. He's interested in doing research on how to transform ideas from science fiction into real experiments. Ramirez is an advocate of teamwork in terms of science. He believes working with others leads to better results and makes working more enjoyable.
Featured Keynote - Exploring Memory Alterations
Steve Ramirez and Xu Liu’s Memory Talk on Memory Manipulatio
Scientists Steve Ramirez and Xu Liu explore the idea of altering and controlling memories in this memory talk. Ramirez says he first thought about this after going through a rough break up. He badly... Read More