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Researchers at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit have shown that the attention networks in the brains of children become more coordinated following intensive practice of working memory, the ability […]
New results reported by Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit and University of Cambridge researchers raise interesting questions about possible benefits of left-handedness. Approximately 1 in 10 of […]
A study run here at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge has shown how intentional recall is beyond a simple reawakening of a memory; and actually leads us […]
Older brains may be more similar to younger brains than previously thought. A new study from BBSRC-funded researchers at the Medical Research Council’s Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit and the […]
A recent Medical Research Council study found that babies move their eyes more often when they are young are more likely to develop Autism when they are older. The study […]
An entertaining and educational evening of demonstrations and lectures will be held at the CBU on Wednesday 18th March, from 6-8.30pm. Our annual science open evening, this year titled “Exploring […]
The Kymata Atlas, a joint enterprise between the MRC-CBSU and Cambridge University, has now entered beta testing. The online atlas is a repository of neural models, allowing anyone in the […]
We are delighted to invite you to a one-day meeting: ‘Gender Equality in Science – Pathways to Success’. The meeting will be held on Tuesday 10 March 2015, 10.30am to […]