The NeuRA Magazine Issue 7
We’ve just published the summer edition of the NeuRA Magazine – find it online here.
Inside, read about our new guidelines to keep kids safer in cars, how alcohol affects the developing teenage brain, and how we may be able to use readings of electrical activity in the brain to diagnose schizophrenia.
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You can subscribe to the NeuRA Magazine here…..but be quick because the summer issue is being printed and will be distributed soon! Continue reading
NeuRA’s Dr Bill Brooks was recently interviewed by Triple J’s Hack for a story on early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. I sat down with him after the program aired to discuss his experience, and science communication more broadly. Continue reading
Blogs have become very popular mechanisms for the quick dissemination of information. A blog is a way for researchers to connect with the wider community – a community not reached by publishing in journals. The web has made informal communication a key resource. Continue reading