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Do Genetics or Environment Most Affect Depression?
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Alistair Campbell explores an interesting perspective on depression. Encouraged by his family, Alistair sets out on a journey to explore if cutting edge science can offer him - and the millions of people like him - the hope of one day living depression-free. As he tries to understand his depression better, he also reflects on key events in his life and asks if they could have had a negative effect on his mind.

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Your Brain Probably Has a "Pokemon Region"
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If you're a Pokémon super-fan seeing Detective Pikachu this weekend, a little bit of your brain might light up that won’t light up in the brains of those that didn’t try to catch 'em all! Find out why that's important to understanding how our brains work, and the latest breakthrough in Alzheimer's research on this week's SciShow News!

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Improving Credibility in Science
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Dr Verena Heise, University of Oxford discusses the importance of improving credibility in science and what the BNA were doing to promote this at the 2019 Festival of Neuroscience.

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The Mysterious Science of Pain
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Explore the biological and psychological factors that influence how we experience pain and how our nervous system reactions to harmful stimuli.

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A Closer Look at Autism Spectrum Disorder With Professor Uta Frith
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Professor Uta Frith, University College London, outlines how research itself and the public perception of autism has evolved over the years. Uta also highlights some promising changes and initiatives set to improve the credibility of biomedical research.

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Science Is Everywhere with Neil deGrasse Tyson
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Science really is everywhere! From the Big Bang to quantum mechanics to free will to ice skating, we explore it all featuring Neil deGrasse Tyson, Chuck Nice, theoretical physicist Brian Greene, neuroscientist Heather Berlin, rapper Baba Brinkman, and Olympic silver medalist figure skater Sasha Cohen.

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The Story About Loneliness
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Everybody feels lonely sometimes. But only few of us are aware how important this feeling was for our ancestors - and that our modern world can turn it into something that really hurts us. Why do we feel this way and what can we do about it?

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The Science of Survival in Game of Thrones
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This is the world's first peer-reviewed journal article to investigate survival and mortality in Game of Thrones.

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Brain Repair and Regeneration at BNA 2019
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Professor Anders Bjorklund, Lund University, discusses the evidence demonstrating the adult brain's ability to regenerate and recover following injury, and how this knowledge has been applied to Parkinson's research.

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Rap as a Tool for Science Communication
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Baba Brinkman, a peer-reviewed freestyle rap artist, shares his thoughts on rap as an effective tool for science communication and even treated us to a short freestyle based on three themes from the BNA2019 Festival of Neuroscience: "credibility", "decision-making" and "ketamine in depression".

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