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Our Brain Awareness Week activities for 2019 brought together art and neuroscience in a wide range of events - find out more!
Huge congratulations to Nathalie Rochefort (Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences) who as been sele
Professor Adrian Bird and colleagues (all School of Biological Sciences), in collaboration with Dr. Stuart Cobb and colleagues (formerly University of Glasgow, now Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences), have recently written a report for Nature on their research into Rett Syndrome.
Prof Barbara Webb (School of Informatics) and colleagues have published a study which helps gain understanding of how insects navigate using the sun and daylight, which could aid the development of guidance systems for robots. Researchers sought to understand how insects use their eyes and brain to keep track of their direction, and their findings could help develop a low-power alternative to GPS for self-guided devices.
Congratulations to Dr Emily Sena (CAMARADES, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences) and her co-authors at University of Bern on being 'Highly Commended' runners-up for the prestigious NC3R’s International Prize 2018.
Professor Tom Gillingwater (Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences, University of Edinburgh) and colleagues, along with researchers the University of Exeter, have made fresh insights into the links between nerve and muscle cells which could transform our understanding of the human nervous system and conditions relating to impaired movement.
Our Neuroresearchers Fund has received a welcome boost thanks to the generosity of two former Neuroscience Honours students (Hanna and Patrick Hillan) who married last year and asked their guests, in lieu of wedding gifts, to donate to the Neuroresearchers Fund.
Congratulations to our Neuroscience Day 2017 poster and talk competition winners!
The 5th Neuroscience to Neurology National Undergraduate Conference welcomed almost 100 students from across the UK on Saturday for a day of talks and hands-on workshops.
Professor Joanna Wardlaw (Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences) and Dr David Dickie (Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow) have developed and published a new approach for quantifying brain injury from cerebral small vessel disease and brain atrophy into a single measure - the ‘brain health index’.