Middle and high school science teachers looking to stretch their students' gray matter will find plenty of material in these neuroscience lesson plans from the Center for Neurotechnology (CNT). The lessons were designed by science teachers for units lasting between one and five weeks, to be easily integrated into any biology, physics, chemistry, or computer science classroom. Students will be inspired by curricula on topics such as "Neural Engineering and Ethical Implications," "Traumatic Brain Injury," and "Building Artificial Neural Networks." Each unit plan includes complete lesson outlines (downloadable as PDFs), with detailed teacher instructions, outlines of necessary materials and preparation, classroom activities, and post-lesson assessments. Best of all, each unit has been aligned to national curriculum standards from Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Lesson plans are easily found by scrolling through the page linked above. For teachers who want more, each lesson page also links to additional resources from the teachers who designed the plans, including academic publications and news articles of interest. The CNT is an NSF-funded Engineering Research Center, located at the University of Washington in Seattle, and partners with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and San Diego State University.