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Here’s something to become aware of (and for me to start blogging again J) Neuroscience is increasingly relevant to a number of professions and academic disciplines beyond its traditional medical applications. Lawyers, educators, economists and businesspeople, as well as scholars of sociology, philosophy, applied ethics and policy, are incorporating the concepts and methods of neuroscience [...]

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I just received an invitation from neurologist Jesper Rønager. Stuart Hameroff is coming to Copenhagen and gives a talk. Yesterday, I was invited to a meeting at with a small inner circle of neurologists and physicists, at the Niels Bohr Institute. Unfortunately, I was unable to attend, given the short notice of just one day [...]

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Back in October, 2010, the Brain Science Institute at Johns Hopkins University, organized a two day conference on neuroaesthetics. The key idea of the conference was to bring together neuroscientists with artists for a debate on how to understand individual art forms. The meeting had sections on visual art, architecture, music, dance, and design. The [...]

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I am one of the organizers of a three day conference on neuroaesthetics that takes place at the University of Copenhagen from September 24 to September 26. If you are interested in the relation between art and the brain please consider joining us for what I believe will be an exiting event. Neuroaesthetics is a [...]

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In March, the Center for Academic Research & Training in Anthropogeny hosted a conference on the “Evolutionary Origins of Art and Aesthetics”. The list of speakers was pretty impressive. Luckily, the lectures were taped and are now available on You Tube. Here is a video with lectures by Antonio Damasio on emotion, Helen Fisher on [...]

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We highly recommend this interesting conference, and please note that the deadline for registration is tomorrow (!!!). So get this out to all and everybody, and see to that you register. Sounds like a good spot, too, for holding a conference ESF-COST Conference LAW AND NEUROSCIENCE: OUR GROWING UNDERSTANDING OF THE HUMAN BRAIN AND ITS [...]

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Neuroeconomy in Munich

In case any of you have plans for going to the first NeuroPsychoEconomics conference in Munich this Thursday and Friday, let me know. Or if you’re just in the vicinity, you can also let me know. Neuroethicists and cognitive neuroscientists alike (as well as every else interested in this blog) should probably meet whenever possible. [...]

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If you didn’t go the HBM meeting this year you might be interested in hearing that the organizing committee now has put up most of the keynote presentations – for some reason, the talk by Michael Gazzaniga is missing – as well as all the talks from this year’s educational courses as podcasts. You can [...]

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Here is a heads up for the upcoming Sedbergh Festival of Ideas. Martin is going over to bring our view on the neuroethics of consciousness science research. Unfortunately, I’m unable to attend, but Martin will cover our ideas very nicely. The event Martin is talking at is “Event 4 — Varieties of consciousness“, together wih [...]

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National pride imaging

Poster from the 14th Human Brain Mapping conference in Melbourne. Sorry about the bad photograph. The title of the poster reads: “EEG Default Mode Network: Olympic Hymn”. -Martin

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