NNR Meets First Author Dr Sepiedeh Keshavarzi to Discuss Visual Motion Integration in the Brain
Dr Keshavarzi describes the collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach to their discovery and explains what the findings mean for our understanding of visual motion integration in the brain.
Dr. Shahid Zaman Discusses Dementia in Down's Syndrome
NNR's Xandrina and Adam ask expert, Dr. Shahid Zaman, consultant psychiatrist at the University of Cambridge, about his research into dementia development in people with Down's Syndrome.
Hunger Suppresses Pain -Interview With Study Leader J.Nicholas Betley
NNR's Adam Tozer speaks to Dr. J.Nicholas Betley about his group's latest findings that hunger suppresses inflammatory but not acute pain.
Bohemian Rhapsody (aka "The tale of a Post Doc") - Laboratory Parody
A parody of the song "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen recorded and sung and produced by James Clark (Lecturer in Aerospace Medicine, KCL).
"Get Data" - UCSD Neuro Program SfN Social Promo
In this 'oldie but goldie' University of California San Diego Grad Students parody Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" to advertise their social event at the Society for Neuroscience's Annual Meeting in 2013.
The Brain-Changing Benefits of Exercise | Wendy Suzuki
Neuroscientist Prof. Wendy Suzuki explains how exercise improves your brain health.
A Powerful Message About Down's Syndrome and Alzheimer's
Frank Stephens has a powerful message about Down's Syndrome and Alzheimer's
Your Brain on Video Games
How do fast-paced video games affect the brain? Prof Daphne Bavelier explains
You Aren't at the Mercy of Your Emotions - Your Brain Creates Them
TED talk from Psychology Professor Lisa Feldman Barrett, who explains what emotions really are.
10 myths about psychology: debunked
How much of what you think about your brain is actually wrong?