Dr Mark Dallas from Pharmacy explains how he has enlisted the skills of an artist to bring the wonders of neuroscience to schoolchildren.
CINNergies is hosting the online Cerebral Haemodynamics Symposium on Friday 23rd July from 13.00 to 17.30. The event will be hosted by Dr Gabriella Rossetti and includes the following external…Read More >
CeLM Showcase: Neuroscience, 7 July, 6-7pm BST Being multilingual: Perspectives from language, education, health, neuroscience, migration Do multilinguals think about space and time differently in their languages? What is the…Read More >
Complex interactions between the resident bacteria in the gut and the host nervous system constitute one of the frontier areas of neuroscience. In the tenth anniversary meeting of Reading Emotions,…Read More >
CeLM Showcase: Language and Literacy, 16 June, 6-7pm BST Do multilinguals think about space and time differently in their languages? What is the relationship between language learning and creativity? What…Read More >
CINNergies Reading Club Philosophy of science: do physiology and psychology align? 7th May 2021: 0900-1200 BST CINNergies are hosting a reading club and debate on the “Brain-Cognitive behaviour problem”. This…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 >
Biological Science Research Seminars Professor Johannes M.H.M Reul, Head of Neuro-Epigenetics Research Group, University of Bristol Glucocorticoid hormone action in the brain: A concept in need of revision
Microglia – cells long thought to be solely the brain’s support network – may actually play a key role in retaining memories, a new study in mice shows. Writing for…Read More >
Dr Ciara McCabe, our specialist on the brain’s reward system, looks at the latest craze for ‘dopamine fasting’ and separates fact from fiction in a new post for The Conversation.