Surviving the quarantine with the Proaction Lab: TV Shows
Are you an addict of TV Shows? We have two suggestions of sci-fi shows that explore themes around morality and artificial intelligence. Nothing like using this time at home to keep updated on the best shows. Read the rest to find out our recommendations.
Do children perceive social interactions as adults do?
Researchers from the Bangor University, in Wales, unveiled how children and adults see social interactions differently in an article published in a high-impact journal this April. The results show how the brain makes sense of complex social behaviour, which could help us further understand and treat schizophrenia and autism spectrum disorders
Surviving the quarantine with the Proaction Lab: 3 movies about memory
Brain related subjects have always been an interesting theme for the general public and quite often portrayed in cinematographic works. Memory is a particularly intriguing subject because it can influence a lot our future decisions. Whether the movie describes a real-based condition or creates some sci-fi ones, there’s no doubt it could lead to some interesting plots. Keep reading to find out three suggestions of memory-related movies!
Surviving the quarantine with the Proaction Lab: brainy recipes
If you're reading this, it is likely that you're currently on isolation, limiting social encounters and staying home as much as possible. For this reason, we will keep updating our News section and social media with some neuroscience-related entertainment suggestions that you can enjoy in your home. This is our second post and it's for the food lovers. Read this to check two of our special brain-shaped recipes.
We're looking for postdoctoral candidates!
Are you (or someone you know) interested in applying to a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships (MSCA-IF) to work on object perception and recognition using neuroimaging, behavioral and computational approaches (fMRI, 256 ch EEG, MRI/EEG fusion, tDCS, DNNs, etc)? A MSCA-IF can be a great boost to your career if you are looking for a prestigious Fellowship that allows you to pursue your own independent research!!