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Emergency services respond to Neuroscience Building after evacuation

Early this afternoon, emergency services responded to the Neuroscience Building after it was evacuated. The cause of the evacuation and the emergency response are not yet known. Several reporters for…

Zapping your way to a better brain: miracle or myth?

It is no real surprise that the average contemporary human being is beguiled by the concept of bettering themselves through the use of technology. Considering the range of seemingly impossible…

Bilingualism: a new magic bullet?

Dr Thomas Bak is a reader at the University of Edinburgh School of Philosophy, Psychology and Languages Sciences. He is an expert in cognitive neuroscience, particularly in relation to language…

Psycho-inactive: the effect of drugs on a resting brain

When we stare blankly at our computer screens, zoning out on that assignment with a rapidly approaching deadline, it might feel like our thoughts are blank. But are our brains…

Interview: Professor Richard Morris

Professor Richard Morris CBE FRS, is a Professor of Neuroscience and Director of the Centre for Cognitive and Neural Systems at the University of Edinburgh. His research focus is on…

Inside the ‘Neuroscience to Neurology’ conference

On Saturday, February 6, the Edinburgh University Neurological Society (EUNS) hosted their fourth Neuroscience to Neurology National Conference. The EUNS conference aims to bring together experts and students in the…