■ Forum: 'Neuroscience Evidence in the Courtroom'
Tonight (Oct. 25) from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., a group of professors will speak on such topics as whether brain scans should be used as courtroom evidence, and whether they can detect lies. The event, "Neuroscience Evidence in the Courtroom," is at the Frances Arrillaga Alumni Center at Stanford University. Panelists are: law professor David Faigman from Hastings College of Law; Marcus Raichle, professor of radiology, neurology, neurobiology and biomedical engineering at Washington University; Stanford psychology professor Anthony Wagner; and Stanford law professor Hank Greely. To register for the free event, go to stanford.edu. Call 650-724-9903 with questions.
■ Art: Rajiv Khilnani
Abstract mixed-media paintings by Rajiv Khilnani are on exhibit in the lobby of the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts through Dec. 13. The acrylics on canvas can be viewed for free at 500 Castro St. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from noon to 1, and one hour prior to each public performance. The center regularly hosts changing exhibitions by Bay Area artists. For more information, go to ci.mtnview.ca.us.