Neuroscience of dance

Science & Technology Series: Announcements Neuroscientists at City have worked with the Jack Philp Company on new production Psychoacoustic First published Wednesday, 13th January, 2016• by George Wigmore (Senior Communications Officer) Academics from City University London have collaborated with a dance company to explore ideas from neuroscience in a new performance called Psychoacoustic. The result of work between the Jack Philp Company and the Cognitive Neuroscience Research Unit at City University London, the performance aims to integrate scientific knowledge in the development of new choreography pieces to engage with the public. The collaboration between City and the Jack Philp Company was started when the company were interested in delving further into the science behind how the body and brain responds to sounds around us. Forming part of the Data Driven…


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