Recently, experts have developed and released brain exercises for improving the working memory.
Memory is an imaginative and creative process, not a static repository. But what role does ‘stuff’ play in the act of remembering? How can memory be talked about in material terms? From neurons to possessions and public memorials, this symposium will examine the relationship between memory, materiality and objects through a full day of talks […]
Neil Stoker spends time as both visitor and assistant at Wellcome Collection’s current exhibition
Margaux Lesaffre on abnormal brain waves that may cause hallucinations in schizophrenia
From speed and endurance to cognitive limits, Anne Petzold takes a look at just how far humans can go…
Eleanor Magson investigates whether memories make us who we are.
Tim Ellis examines how neuroimaging could lead to engineering an artificial human brain through advancing our understanding of consciousness