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Funding awarded for 7T MRI scanner

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 […]

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Identifying Hidden Minds

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 […]

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Do you see what I see?

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 […]

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Are we awake when we sleep?

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 […]

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CBU at the Fringe

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 […]

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