An overview of the biggest and still unsolved challenges in neuroscience. Article published in the wide-reach Spanish magazine “Muy Interesante”.
Written in: Spanish
Talk about the neurobiological basis of memory, given at the cultural space ‘La Fábrica de Hielo’ in Valencia (Spain), as part of the ‘Beer and Science’ series organized by the Foundation for the Promotion of Health and Biomedical Research in the Valencian Region (Fisabio foundation)
According to Rafael Yuste, father of the BRAIN project, it is now the moment to start thinking about establishing a proper regulatory framework to ensure that the neurotechnologies that will appear in the next years or decades are used in a safe and fair way
A book about what science knows and what science still ignores concerning the minds and the brains of high-performing individuals and, in particular, their 3 hallmark attributes: intelligence, creativity and expertise. Included in the ‘Psychology and Neuroscience’ popular science book series of Spanish wide-reach newspaper EL PAIS.
And you? What do you want to be when you grow up? Targeted at high-school students, this book aims to help you answer this question and to encourage you to choose a career related to science, technology or research.
A book about the neural bases of sensory perception in its various modalities and manifestations including the 5 traditionally dominant senses (vision, hearing, smell, taste and touch) and some other less-known but still important sensorial capacities such as interoception (inner organ sensations) and others. Included in the ‘Psychology and Neuroscience’ popular science book series of Spanish wide-reach newspaper EL PAIS.
A book published recently contains ideas that bring more harm than good to patients.
Scientists build microscopic nano-machines that can drill holes and destroy cancer cells in a test tube.