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Blog Entry Leicester neuroscience research hits front page of Scientific American
World-leading research on memory formation carried out by Professor Rodrigo Quian Quiroga has been featured in a prestigious science magazine
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / February
Blog Entry Leicester scientists shortlisted to showcase their research to the House of Commons
University research represented in STEM for BRITAIN 2017 poster competition
Located in News and Events / / 2017 Archive / February
Blog Entry Millions of people are reading opinion pieces written by Leicester researchers
Almost 300 articles published on the University's Think: Leicester platform
Located in News and Events / / 2016 Archive / March
Blog Entry Neuro-magic: How magic tricks the brain
A magician is bringing his magic tricks to the field of neuroscience for his PhD at the University of Leicester
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / March
UoL Event Neuroscience & Behaviour Symposium
Frank & Katherine May Lecture Theatre, Henry Wellcome - 03 Apr 2014, 09:30AM - 08:30PM
Located in News and Events / / 2014 / April
Blog Entry Prestigious grant for research into memory formation
University of Leicester neuroscientist to receive grant as part of international collaboration
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / April
Blog Entry Public event to reveal how magic can be used to study the brain
Free public event to take place at University on Wednesday 18 March as part of Brain Awareness Week
Located in News and Events / / 2015 Archive / March
Blog Entry Reducing variability in experimental stroke models
Leicester study offers an opportunity to reduce the number of animals used in stroke research
Located in News and Events / / 2017 Archive / November
Blog Entry Research explores what Google can tell us about 'the memory web' in the brain
Collaboration between Leicester and the University of California Los Angeles uses internet searches to show how long-term memories are coded in the brain
Located in News and Events / / May / November
Blog Entry Research into completers and non-completers of offending behaviour programmes could have implications for practice
Study indicates that high-risk and impulsive offenders need extra support to engage with rehabilitation programmes
Located in News and Events / / 2015 Archive / September

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