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Is Science Journalism Fundamentally Broken?

Posted on 14 November 2011

Earlier, I attended a press conference on the neural basis of decision-making. In it, members of the press were invited to brief (3-4 slides) presentations by 5 leading scientists in their respective fields. I did have the intention to relay some of the ideas that were presented, but during the discussion, I became increasingly aware […] Continue Reading

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Neuroscience 2011

Neuroscience 2011

Posted on 02 November 2011

While residents of the UK associate November with the burning of effigies, the letting-off of fireworks and, more recently, the growth of facial hair, in the neuroscience world, November can mean only one thing… S. F. N. Every year, neuroscientists from around the globe converge upon one spot to take part in an illustrious event […] Continue Reading

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BMI, neuroscience revolutions

neuroscience revolutions: the bionic man

Posted on 06 August 2011

When I began this blog, I did it for two main reasons. Firstly, I wanted to outline some of the progress that has been made in the field of neuroscience over the decades since its inception and secondly, I wanted to show you how future developments are going to revolutionise the world in which we […] Continue Reading

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Learning and Memory

Memory is ‘team effort’

Posted on 05 August 2011

Check out this article on the BBC website about the work conducted by many of my coworkers and friends at the University of Bristol. Continue Reading

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