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BRAINfest: 23-25 June 2017

last modified Jun 29, 2017 05:38 PM

The Adaptive Brain Lab are very excited to be taking part in the University of Cambridge's first ever BRAINfest. This exciting public engagement event aims to give the general public a chance to learn and ask questions about Neuroscience first-hand from researchers at the forefront of the field.

The Adaptive Brain Lab are very excited to be taking part in the University of Cambridge's first ever BRAINfest, which aims to give the general public a chance to learn and ask questions about Neuroscience first-hand from researchers at the forefront of the field.

This weekend-long event in Cambridge is open to the public and run by Cambridge Neuroscience. The Adaptive Brain Lab's own Prof. Zoe Kourtzi will be speaking  on 'What Next? Learning to predict the future from the past.' (Saturday 24 June, 13:30-14:30, St John's Room, Corn Exchange). You can also find our enthusiastic team of neuroscientists demonstrating how we learn to see (drop in any time, 10:00-15:30 on Saturday and 10:00-16:00 on Sunday, also at the Corn Exchange). You can get a sneak preview of this exhibition by seeing what we did at the Science Festival this March.

You can find more details about BRAINfest, including information about other speakers and activities available, on the BRAINfest website

 

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