'Know Thyself; The Science of Self Awareness',
UCL PALS' very own Steve Fleming has been featured on the cover page of the New Scientist!
We are more aware of how “unconscious" biases work than ever before, says neuroscientist Lasana Harris – and we can use our conscious brains to override them.
Abstract words associated with either positive or negative emotions, such as insight or tyranny, are easier to learn than neutral ones, for children up the age of nine, finds a new UCL-led study.
Prof. Daniel Richardson joins Prof. Joe Devlin on the "Changing Minds" webinar to discuss the importance of being an audience and the personal and societal value of plays, movies, and even sporting events.
A team led by Prof. Hugo Spiers has discovered the key brain region for navigating well-known places, helping explain why brain damage seen in early stages of Alzheimer’s disease can cause such severe disorientation.
What can virtual-reality animal experiments reveal about the brain? Nature News features research led by Dr Aman Saleem on how mice react to virtual reality environments.
Hugo Spiers is testing the spatial navigation skills of BBC Radio 4's producer Michelle Martin on 'The Curious Cases of Rutherford & Fry'.
"The largest dementia study in history." - Hugo Spiers tells The Guardian what the first results of his game study with 2.4 million people reveal.
A Sam Schwarzkopf blog post
The analysis of data from the hugely popular Sea Hero Quest game will be supported by the ARUK grant
Dave Hetherington discusses the advantages of going electric with your car
Blog post by Kate Jeffery