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Henning Beck: “The brain is the last and greatest mystery in science”



Remember that time you forgot your own phone number? Or how about that time you messed up a simple math equation? In Scatterbrain, neuroscientist Henning Beck explains why perfectionism is pointless — and argues that mistakes, missteps, and flaws are the keys to success. A PhD graduate from the Graduate School of Cellular & Molecular … Continue reading Henning Beck: “The brain is the last and greatest mystery in science”


Adrian Owen: “Her brain lit up like a Christmas tree”



What if consciousness isn’t as cut-and-dry as we imagined? That’s the question Dr. Adrian Owen and his colleagues at Western University’s Brain and Mind Institute have been asking for the past several years. For Owen, a cognitive neuroscientist from Gravesend, England — and now the author of Into the Gray Zone, an exploration into his … Continue reading Adrian Owen: “Her brain lit up like a Christmas tree”