BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK 2016

PUBLIC LECTURE: ‘our perception of pain’, by Professor Irene Tracey Tuesday 15 March 2016, 19.00–20.30 Can we really see someone’s pain? Is it true that you get the pain you expect? How do anaesthetics produce altered states of consciousness so you don’t feel pain? Come and hear Professor Irene Tracey address these issues in a public lecture. Oxford University Museum of Natural HistoryParks RoadOxfordOX1 3PW   Register online  INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES: Light, Sleep & brain rhythms Thursday 17 March 2016, 10.00–14.00 Learn more about how our brains are affected by light and dark, and what this means for our sleep. Ashmolean MuseumBeaumont StreetOxfordOX1 2PH Public lecture: ‘gastrophysics’, by professor charles spence Thursday 17 March 2016, 19.00–20.30 Come and hear Professor Charles Spence on the world of ‘multisensory dining’: how taste and soundscapes combine to shape…


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