Signal Conduction – 5 May 2017

Star-nosed moles look totally bizarre – but their nervous system is a feat of evolutionary adaptation.

 

Why explaining more science might not actually help the public understanding of science

 

Podcast: Professor Sophie Scott talks to Russell Brand about laughter in politics (#009)

 

Scientists are starting to uncover how hypnosis affects the brain – and its as underwhelming as you might think.

 

Mice with genetic knockouts are really useful in drug trials – but people can have knockouts too

 

Researchers capture the bodily experience of moving music

 

Same stats, different graphs: why its really important to see the data

 

Prof. Rory O’Connor offers his perspective on 13 Reasons Why

 

Why you will always be more biased than you think

 

Researchers have a new theory about the organisation of the parts of our brains that control movement

 

 

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