Dr. Low is Keynote Speaker at II International Conference of Alternatives to Animal Experimentation

May 8th-9th, 2015, Portugal



Dr. Low to speak at The Harvard Animal Consciousness Symposium:

"The Cambridge Declaration on Consciousness: Causes and Consequences"

November 15th-16th, 2014, Cambridge, MA



Dr. Low to present at METal International: "Unmasking the Brain's Dark Matter" 

 October 4th, 2014 Los Angeles, CA



NeuroVigil Announces New Brain Research Initiatives

August 14th, 2014,  MarketWatch



Dr. Low to address III Brazilian Congress on Bioethics and Animal Welfare                  

August 5th, 2014,  Curitiba, Brazil



The Cambridge Declaration on Consciousness   

 July 7th, 2014, New York Times 

"If you ask my colleagues whether animals have emotions and thoughts,” says Philip Low, a prominent computational neuroscientist, “many will drop their voices to a whisper or simply change the subject. They don’t want to touch it.” Jaak Panksepp, a professor at Washington State University, has studied the emotional responses of rats. “Once, not very long ago,” he said, “you couldn’t even talk about these things with colleagues... In the summer of 2012, an unprecedented document, masterminded by Low — “The Cambridge Declaration on Consciousness in Human and Nonhuman Animals” — was signed by a group of leading animal researchers in the presence of Stephen Hawking. It asserted that mammals, birds and other creatures like octopuses possess consciousness and, in all likelihood, emotions and self-awareness... “Afterward, an eminent neuroanatomist came up to me and said, ‘We were all thinking this, but were afraid to say it,’ ”Low recalled... For Philip Low, the Cambridge Declaration was aimed directly at the Cartesian prejudice against nonhumans. “The term ‘animal’ is simply an excuse not to look at something,” Low argues, citing eugenics, phrenology and 'scientific' racism as byproducts of the tendency to elevate humans — especially certain humans — over other beings.




Dr. Low Presented at Future In Review Conference

May 22nd 2014, Montage Hotel, Laguna Beach, CA

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Dr. Low to Present at NASA Research Park Exploration Lecture Series

April 2nd 2014, NASA Ames Research Center, Mountain View, CA

The event is free and open to the public.  For more information, please visit:

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NeuroVigil CEO to Speak at Inaugural FED Talk at Jewish Federation

March 20th 2014, San Diego, CA

For more information, please visit:

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Congressman Fattah's reaction to Dr. Low's keynote at Israel's first International Brain Technology Conference

October 17th 2013, United States Congress

Fattah who spoke earlier in the conference, praised Dr. Low's breakthrough research and his commitment to the millions of patients in America, and worldwide, that suffer from brain diseases and disorders. 
"Dr. Low is doing truly remarkable work within the neuroscience field and I am thrilled we could partner to bring this future round of clinical trials to Philadelphia," Fattah said.



Dr. Philip Low speaks at The Weizmann Institute                                                                   

October 17th 2013, Rehovot, Israel



Dr. Philip Low speaks at Technion

October 16th 2013, Haifa, Israel





The Honorable Congressman Chaka Fattah and Dr. Philip Low, NeuroVigil Founder, Chairman and CEO deliver the two keynotes at Israel's first International Brain Technology Conference
October 14-15 2013, Tel Aviv, Israel