Neuroscience Universities in Europe

Musical performance for Brain Awareness Week in Portugal, 2013We’ve looked at, . Today we complete our trip around the world in Europe, where hundreds of events are scheduled across twenty-five different countries. The participating countries are Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom. Last year we focused on the six countries—Croatia, Germany, Italy, Romania, Spain and the United Kingdom—with the most events; this year we will take a look at a different group.

In the Czech Republic and Slovakia, 250 free lectures on memory have been organized for their National Week of Memory Training.[Oxford University, United Kingdom, BAW 2013] At a music school in Greece, preceding a recital, students and parents will have a chance to examine macroscopic and microscopic specimens of the brain and neural structures. A symposium in Portugal will feature a conversation between a neuroscientist, priest, writer, and comedian about how humor, religion, and culture affect how our brains make decisions.

In northern Europe, university students in Galway, Ireland, will learn about career paths in neuropsychology, psychology, and neuroscience. A brain research institute in Finland will hold lectures and demonstrations describing how different aspects of culture can affect the brain. And, at a university in Denmark, one of the winners of The Brain Prize in 2013 will present the lecture “A Neuroscientist’s Adventures in Mind Control.” The lecture will describe research in optogenetics, a technology using light activated proteins that can be encoded with DNA to essentially remote-control specific brain cells where those proteins are produced.

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In that sense

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Culture is an extension of European culture.
We began as Englishmen and considered ourselves to be Englishmen until 1776.
We had waves of immigrants from all over Europe. The Germans were so strong we almost fought a civil war over the bilingual question German/English both on an equal footing. All of these Europeans influenced the original English culture.
Our universities were built on a European model.
Popular culture has always been around. There are hundreds of names of popular novelists of the 19th century like Monk Lewis, etc. etc. that no one has heard of today but who formed popular culure

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