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Dementia and neuroscience research at Cambridge receives major funding boost A major new collaboration between the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit (CBU) and the University of Cambridge has been awarded […]
Identifying Hidden Minds in Impaired Consciousness This study uncovers hidden signatures of brain networks that could support consciousness in patients who are unresponsive and seemingly vegetative, but who demonstrate signs […]
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a two-day workshop on representational similarity analysis (RSA) at the Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit on February […]
Researchers here at the CBU have revealed that the representations of objects we see in our environment are unique in each individual’s brain. CBU researchers Ian Charest and Nikolaus Kriegeskorte […]
The MRC Chief Eexecutive Award Scheme recognises contributions from employees for outstanding effort and commitment to both their work and the MRC. For the third year running, a […]
Speech processing while unconscious: Sleep inhibits action but not preparation and meaning. In a team effort between the Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit (Cambridge, UK) and the […]
CBU PhD student, Rebecca Beresford, has been shortlisted for the 2014 Max Perutz Science Writing Award. The MRC Max Perutz Award is now in its 17th year and encourages MRC-funded […]
CBU Scientist Tom Manly will be performing science-based stand-up comedy at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. Tom will be performing as part of Bright Club Scotland taking to the stage at […]