Brain Awareness Event

Free outreach event for A-Level and GCSE students on Wednesday 13th March 2019, 1.00pm - 4.00pm

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We want to inspire the next generation of researchers to get involved and contribute to brain studies. How do we think, listen, what makes us move, feel, what is happening in our brain?

The University of Leicester, together with the DANA Foundation, will be holding a free Brain Awareness event "Brain, Behaviour and Beyond"

We invite A-level and GCSE students to join us at the University for the afternoon on Wednesday 13 March 2019,1.00-4.00pm in our George Davies Centre. Along with talks there will be live hands-on demonstrations and the opportunity to meet current students and scientists. The afternoon is relevant to anyone with an interest in studying neuroscience, including psychology, biology, cell physiology & pharmacology, genetics, health sciences and medicine.

There will also poster displays (from Postgraduate Students and Intercalated BSc Students) and the opportunity to speak to current students, researchers and professors.  Refreshments will be provided. 

 THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL, IF YOU WISH TO BE PLACED ON THE WAITING LIST PLEASE EMAIL mlb43@le.ac.uk   Alternatively you can attend the evening event, please see here for further details.

Brain Awareness 2016 - A-level 

Please note there will be photography at the event.

For a flavour of the research we will be showcasing on 14th March, we have set up a page with youtube and web links that you might find interesting. Please visit our page Brain Research at Leicester.

Visit our Photo Gallery for photos of our 2017 event.

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Contact the Department

Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour
University of Leicester
University Road
Leicester
LE1 7RH

T: +44 (0)116 252 2922
E: npbenquiries@le.ac.uk

Accessibility

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The University of Leicester is committed to equal access to our facilities. DisabledGo has detailed accessibility guides for the George Davies Centre, the Adrian Building and the Maurice Shock Medical Sciences Building.