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Hands-on team projects • Visiting experts • Prepare for college & beyond

Did you know that the brain weighs only three pounds, but uses 20% of the oxygen you breathe and is more powerful than any computer on the planet? This camp will cover neurobiology and neurochemistry, focusing on the components of neurons, the transmission of signals and impulses, and different types of signaling molecules involved in the nervous system. Additionally, we’ll provide a detailed look at the pathways and components of the visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory, and somatosensory systems, then moving on to higher-order processes and functions such as learning and memory, emotion, drugs and addiction, stress, and sleep. 


  • Understanding neurobiology and neurochemistry
  • Learn how neurons transmit signals
  • Examine pathways of the senses


  • Learn to read, do experiments with, and make art with brainwaves
  • Make your own EEG from scratch and read your own brain data

Who this is for

The camp is for teens with an interest in biology, chemistry, research, or anyone fascinated by the human brain.

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Camps led by top students at MIT
“Cyber Arts is one of my favorite new startups. They had put a shipping container next to the Mississippi River and young people were inside learning coding, tech, and internet of things. It was fabulous!
- Megan Smith, former CTO of the United States, in an article for Business Insider

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Why Cyber Arts

Cyber Arts is not a regular summer camp or just another large-scale, corporate coding and STEM school. We are a small, strategically managed operation that emphasizes an exciting learning experience and personalized small team programming.

Campers participate in hands-on workshops with expert instructors and coaches from top undergraduate universities, including Princeton, Brown, and MIT. With Cyber Arts Camps, students learn with hands-on kits and by building exciting finished resume-ready projects.

Our mission is to empower students to harness the full potential of their minds as they take on high school, college, and life. The rapid advancements of technology are completely reinventing how the world works, and we want to make sure we give teens every tool they need to change our cities, communities, and world for the better.

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