Category Archives: neuroscience

Karl Friston at the Royal Institution

Our last public lecture for this year’s series on Biological Complexity at the Royal Institution was delivered by Karl Friston, Wellcome Centre for Neuroimaging, UCL. Karl has done seminal work in theoretical neuroscience and he is currently working on Bayesian … Continue reading

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John O’Keefe at the Royal Institution

What an evening we had at the Royal Institution in London tonight. A sold-out event — room packed, and UCL Provost (Prof. Michael Arthur) present too. The first of this year’s public lectures kicked off in great style with Prof. … Continue reading

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2014 Ri Lectures

As part of our public outreach, the first 2014 Royal Institution lecture from the Kant and the Laws of Nature project is today.  Professor John O’Keefe (recent recipient of the prestigious Kavli Prize in Neuroscience) is giving a talk entitled … Continue reading

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