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SciScreen: Finding Dory

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In each SciScreen session, a scientist explains the science from the film in a short talk before the film.

In this special SciScreen, which is part of the British Science Week and Cambridge Science Festival, Dr Muzaffer Kaser will talk about memory loss, “Where is my mind? ” Dr Kaser is a psychiatrist and neuroscientist.

Memory is an intriguing and yet essential part of our lives. How do we remember things and why do we forget? He will take us through the puzzling nature of memory and how memory tests can help us understand the brain.

Please note that this is a Kids’ Club event at the Arts Picturehouse, and exclusively for children and their parents or carers. Unaccompanied adults are not admitted.

This talk is part of the SciScreen Cambridge series.

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