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Edinburgh Neuroscience

Edinburgh Neuroscience

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Genes that affect how long blood takes to clot could help in understanding stroke - new research from Dr Lorna Houlihan and Prof Ian Deary (Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology) has been profiled in the media. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1... - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Genes that affect how long blood takes to clot could help in understanding stroke - new research from Dr Lorna Houlihan and Prof Ian Deary (Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology) has been profiled in the media. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1... - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Genes that affect how long blood takes to clot could help in understanding stroke - new research from Dr Lorna Houlihan and Prof Ian Deary (Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology) has been profiled in the media. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1... - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Genes that affect how long blood takes to clot could help in understanding stroke - new research from Dr Lorna Houlihan and Prof Ian Deary (Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology) has been profiled in the media. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1... - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Red Hair linked to Scottish Weather? Emily Pritchard (MRC Human Genetics Unit) has written an article in the Edinburgh University Student magazine EUSci speculating about the reasons for the higher incidence of red hair in Scotland. This has been picked up and widely reported in the media. http://www.edinburghneuroscien... - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Red Hair linked to Scottish Weather? Emily Pritchard (MRC Human Genetics Unit) has written an article in the Edinburgh University Student magazine EUSci speculating about the reasons for the higher incidence of red hair in Scotland. This has been picked up and widely reported in the media. http://www.edinburghneuroscien... - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Red Hair linked to Scottish Weather? Emily Pritchard (MRC Human Genetics Unit) has written an article in the Edinburgh University Student magazine EUSci speculating about the reasons for the higher incidence of red hair in Scotland. This has been picked up and widely reported in the media. http://www.edinburghneuroscien... - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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The Not-in-the-Pub Neuroscience Quiz has arrived! Thursday 4th Feb, 5 pm, Gaddum Lecture Theatre, 1 George Square. Prizes, pizza and beer - now that's how to spend a Thursday evening! - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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"Prof Stephen Lawrie (Psychiatry, Clinical Brain Sciences and Director of the Scottish Mental Health Research Network) has warned that new treatments for common mental health problems such as depression have been held back by a lack of funding for research." - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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"Prof Stephen Lawrie (Psychiatry, Clinical Brain Sciences and Director of the Scottish Mental Health Research Network) has warned that new treatments for common mental health problems such as depression have been held back by a lack of funding for research." - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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"Prof Stephen Lawrie (Psychiatry, Clinical Brain Sciences and Director of the Scottish Mental Health Research Network) has warned that new treatments for common mental health problems such as depression have been held back by a lack of funding for research." - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Edinburgh Neuroscience Encounter 1 at Inspace: Evolution in and out of the brain was a great success. Book now for Encounter 2 at Inspace: Evolving complexity in the brain and computers on Friday 20th November at 6.30 pm. Book a space now: http://www.edinburghneuroscien... - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Encounter 2: Evolving complexity in the brain and computers', 6.30 pm, Friday, November 20th, Inspace, 1 Crichton Street, Edinburgh. To book a space visit: http://www.edinburghneuroscien... - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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The next British Neuroscience Association seminar at the University of Edinburgh takes place today: 'Neuroinflammatory components in myelin mutants' by Rudolf Martini, Wuerzburg University on Monday 9th November 2009 at 4 p.m. in the Wellcome Auditorium, Queen's Medical Research Institute, Little France. - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Encounter 1 at Inspace: 'Evolution in and out of the brain'. 6.30 pm, Friday 6th November, Inspace, 1 Crichton Street. Book now as spaces are limited. http://www.edinburghneuroscien... - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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"Public Lecture - All Welcome. Nature and Culture in the Brain: Visualising Language. Friday 30th October, 6 p.m., G07, Informatics Forum, 10 Crichton Street, Edinburgh (drinks from 5.30 pm), no booking required, just turn up. Find out how your brain handles language! - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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"Dr James Bednar from Informatics has developed a robotic sense of touch using artificial mouse whiskers attached to a robot 'brain'. This is a step towards robots being able to learn from their own sensory inputs and also a further development towards prosthetic limbs becoming more realistic, by providing sensory input to the user.Read More BBC NEWS | UK | Scotland | 'Whiskers' may help robots touch Source: news.bbc.co.uk They connected artificial mouse whiskers to a robotic brain to see how the brain processes information relayed by sense of touch. - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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"Dr James Bednar from Informatics has developed a robotic sense of touch using artificial mouse whiskers attached to a robot 'brain'. This is a step towards robots being able to learn from their own sensory inputs and also a further development towards prosthetic limbs becoming more realistic, by providing sensory input to the user.Read More BBC NEWS | UK | Scotland | 'Whiskers' may help robots touch Source: news.bbc.co.uk They connected artificial mouse whiskers to a robotic brain to see how the brain processes information relayed by sense of touch. - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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"The next Edinburgh British Neuroscience Association Seminar takes place today: 'Key roles for the IPP complex of proteins in myelination' by Joao Revlas, University of Porto, Portugal 4 p.m., Wellcome Auditorium, Queens Medical Research Institute, Little France" - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Edinburgh Neuroscience Researchers from the Centre for Cardiovascular Sciences have found evidence that suggests women who eat large quantities of liquorice when pregrant may be unwittingly harming the intelligence of their babies. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1... a comment - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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"Edinburgh Neuroscience Work from The Roslin Institute has been highlighted in the media. Dr Neil Mabbott and colleagues have found a mechanism that may explain why young people are more susceptible to developing varient CJD. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1..." - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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Gifford Lecture series ‘Free: The Science of Mind Constraining Matter’ by Prof Michael Gazzaniger. This is a series of 6 lectures on 12th, 13th, 15th, 19th, 20th and 22nd October 2009, Each lecture is booked individually. http://www.hss.ed.ac.uk/gifford...
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"Edinburgh Neuroscience Public Lecture Nature and culture in the brain: visualizing language Dr Jean Francois Demonet, INSERM, France Nature and culture in the brain: visualizing language Time:6:00PM Friday, October 30th Location:G07, Informatics Forum, 10 Crichton Street, Edinburgh" - Edinburgh Neuroscience from Bookmarklet
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