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The Neuroscience of Consciousness: Baroness Susan Greenfield
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The long-awaited event has finally returned!
What is consciousness? How does it happen?
Oxford Neuroscientist, popular author and television presenter Baroness Susan Greenfield has made it her goal to solve this puzzle. Join us for a very special evening as she takes us on a fascinating journey to discover the answer to one of the greatest puzzles in science: how do those electrical firings in the brain translate to consciousness?
All staff and students at the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals are welcome to attend.
This talk is part of the Neuroscience Seminars series.
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