Mind Science Foundation

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Founded in 1958 by Tom Slick, "The Mind Science Foundation is dedicated to solving one of the major questions of modern science - the puzzle of human consciousness - by funding leading-edge research and educational programs focused on the mind, brain and human consciousness, in order to improve the human condition." [1]

"The Mind Science Foundation has sponsored groundbreaking brain imaging research on TV Violence and Children; the seminal 2003 MIT conference with the Dalai Lama, "Investigating the Mind"; lectures by scientific luminaries from Jonas Salk to Deepak Chopra and Jane Goodall; and the annual Tom Slick Research Awards in Consciousness for scientists and physicians conducting innovative research focused on the mind/brain and human consciousness." [2]


Accessed October 2011: [3]


Texas State Advisory Board

MSF Ambassadors

International Advisory Board


URL: http://www.mindscience.org

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  1. About, Mind Science Foundation, accessed October 27, 2011.
  2. Company Profile for Mind Science Foundation, Business Wire, accessed October 27, 2011.
  3. Board, Mind Science Foundation, accessed October 27, 2011.