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InteresTED – The Brain – part two

Come join us for some lunch and some fascinating discussion about the brain, its myths, its potential and its mysteries, as we watch two engaging TED talks about this most fascinating organ.  Facilitated by: Tim Wood What Happens in Your Brain When You Pay Attention? ? Mehdi Ordikhani-Seyedlar Attention isn’t just about what we focus on…

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InteresTED – The Brain – part one

Come join us for some lunch and some fascinating discussion about the brain, its myths, its potential and its mysteries, as we watch two engaging TED talks about this most fascinating organ.  Facilitated by: Tim Wood What We?ll Learn About The Brain in the Next Century Sam Rodriques In this imaginative talk, neuroengineer Sam Rodriques takes…

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