Unsurprisingly, interning at NeuRA is an enlightening experience for a Media and Communications student unfamiliar with the world of neuroscience. Not only are there all the opportunities associated with learning about exciting research developments – but unexpected opportunities present themselves too.
NeuRA was lucky enough to host one of Australia’s brainiest teenagers, Uma Jha, when she visited last week for a work experience placement. At just 14, the Perth native beat 3000 hopefuls to become the champion of the 2009 Australian ‘Brain Bee’; a neuroscience competition. As the sole representative of Australia, Uma continued to the international Brain Bee championships in […]