Naked Neuroscience, from the Naked Scientists

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Open your mind with Naked Neuroscience, the spine-tingling, interactive monthly exploration of the workings of the nervous system from the Naked Scientists.

This month we're lifting the lid on health-related behaviour at the UK Academy of Medical Sciences and USA National Academy of Medicine's Rosenthal Symposium. We're asking what neuroscience can tell us about why we tend to overdo it on the...
This month we're lifting the lid on health-related behaviour at the UK Academy of Medical Sciences and USA National Academy of Medicine's Rosenthal Symposium. We're asking what neuroscience can tell us about why we tend to overdo it on t...
Nerves on the Edge Dec. 20, 2018
This month, we're peeling back the science of the peripheral nervous system, looking at some of the injuries it can sustain, and taking a closer look at exciting new developments on the horizon for treatment. Plus, we'll be digging into the...
Nerves on the Edge Dec. 20, 2018
This month, we're peeling back the science of the peripheral nervous system, looking at some of the injuries it can sustain, and taking a closer look at exciting new developments on the horizon for treatment. Plus, we'll be digging into the l...
How Do We Remember? Nov. 20, 2018
This month - what exactly is a memory? How does the brain suppress unwanted memories, and what can we do to improve our own memory? Plus, news hot off the press, and do our brains have their wires crossed?...
How Do We Remember? Nov. 20, 2018
This month - what exactly is a memory? How does the brain suppress unwanted memories, and what can we do to improve our own memory? Plus, news hot off the press, and do our brains have their wires crossed?...
Fear on the Brain Oct. 19, 2018
This month, we're peaking out from behind the sofa at the science of fear. Why are some of us so scared of seemingly harmless things? What's going on in the brain when we're frightened? And does cheese really give you nightmares? ...
This month, we're peaking out from behind the sofa at the science of fear. Why are some of us so scared of seemingly harmless things? What's going on in the brain when we're frightened? And does cheese really give you nightmares? ...
Criminal Minds? March 20, 2015
What power does science have? We explore the influence of neuroscience in the courtrooms. Could brain scans shape prison sentences? Can it predict who will re-offend? We put the brain on trial with Cambridge University's Neuroscience and Public Po...
Criminal Minds? March 20, 2015
What power does science have? We explore the influence of neuroscience in the courtrooms. Could brain scans shape prison sentences? Can it predict who will re-offend? We put the brain on trial with Cambridge University's Neuroscience and Public Policy ...
What power does science have? We explore the influence of neuroscience in the courtrooms. Could brain scans shape prison sentences? Can it predict who will re-offend? We put the brain on trial with Cambridge University's Neuroscience and Public Polic...
Criminal Minds? March 20, 2015
Could a brain scan shape a prison sentence, or determine who will re-offend?
Criminal Minds? March 20, 2015
What power does science have? We explore the influence of neuroscience in the courtrooms. Could brain scans shape prison sentences? Can it predict who will re-offend? We put the brain on trial with Cambridge University's Neuroscience and Public Po...
Botox injections in the nervous system, keeping brain tissue alive, and the shifting axis of scientific influence......
Botox, Anybody? Feb. 20, 2015
Botox injections in the nervous system, keeping brain tissue alive, and the shifting axis of scientific influence......
Botox, Anybody? Feb. 20, 2015
Botox injections in the nervous system, keeping brain tissue alive, and the shifting axis of scientific influence...
Botox, Anybody? Feb. 20, 2015
Botox injections, keeping brain tissue alive, and science power shifting to the East...
Botox, Anybody? Feb. 20, 2015
Botox injections in the nervous system, keeping brain tissue alive, and the shifting axis of scientific influence......
From rags to riches: how a fruit stall selling boy became a brain surgeon and, inspired by the NHS, built a community hospital and neuroscience institute back in his homeland of Kolkata. We meet the President of India who opened the institute, and s...
From rags to riches: how a fruit stall selling boy became a brain surgeon and, inspired by the NHS, built a community hospital and neuroscience institute back in his homeland of Kolkata. We meet the President of India who opened the institute, and spea...