Welcome to the eleventh Reading Emotions meeting. This year, we focus on the topic of exposure and avoidance: from the brain to the clinic. Learning to avoid potential threats is…Read More >
Last month saw Early Career Researchers (ECRs) pitching collaborative research ideas to a panel of ‘Dragons’, with three projects securing funding from the panel. The event was jointly hosted by…Read More >
ECR Dragons’ Den – Monday 29th March 15.30-17.00 Do you have a really great idea for a collaborative project? Have you been planning to write a grant but don’t have…Read More >
Our brains have the ability to tone down how intensely we feel pain in certain situations. In a new post for The Conversation, Dr Richard Harrison’s explains how his research…Read More >
Pain is a complex cognitive and emotional experience, which means that understanding the structure of our pain experience is far from easy. Our beliefs and expectations about pain alter perceptual,…Read More >
Virtual technologies have become increasingly prevalent in the modern world. The affordability of such technologies have made them accessible across disciplines and we continue to see a growing interest in using…Read More >
Meet and network with researchers from other disciplines. CINNergies aims to bring to ether PhD students and postdocs from across the University of Reading in a series of events that promote interdisciplinary networking, sharing and collaboration.
By Inge Lasser, Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics, University of Reading Professor Doug Saddy’s lecture entitled “Augmented Humans: mind and machine” changed the way I think about myself and about…Read More >