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Learn how to capitalize on your research with strong entrepreneurial training

Director of RADIANT CREATE, Dr. Aaron Newman, uses 3D motion capture technology to create games to teach sign language.



Use neurotechnology to solve real world problems

Physiotherapy prof Dr. Shaun Boe is creating portable neurofeedback units for stroke patients.



Be mentored and taught by world class faculty

Computer Science Professor Dr. Thomas Trappenberg explains how this robot flies without controls.


RADIANT CREATE gives a neuroscience plus advantage

We do it by training future and present day scientists how to harness design thinking, innovation, and entrepreneurship so they can change people's lives for the better.

StudyGenie: A NICE Summer Institute Mini Documentary

Study Genie was one of the teams that was formed during the 2015 Summer Institute. The mini-documentary below tells their story. 

We support you with graduate student scholarships!

We Support You
Students who are already enrolled in TNT I or TNT II can apply for RADIANT Graduate Student Scholarships (GraSS). 

  • For TNT I we fund up to $19,500/year
  • For TNT II PhD: $25,000/year  

Apply your neuroscience skills to solve real-world problems!

Free Tuition
With the NICE RADIANT Create Summer Institute, which also gives you a full graduate course credit.

  • The 2017 NICE session is May 8-19, 2017. 
  • The deadline to apply is February 1, 2017.

The NICE Summer Institute

Dr. Shaun Boe on the NICE Summer Institute.  

The TNT I & TNT II Graduate Certificates

Director of Radiant Create, Dr. Aaron Newman, explains the TNT I & TNT II graduate certificates available at Dalhousie University.