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Corpus Curiosum Lecture Series III

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Weekly lectures on critical topics in Neuroscience

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Is neuroscience too reductionist?

Did you ever have problems trusting your own or others’ results?

Are we aware of legal and philosophical implications?

Are we too hesitant to question the current landscape in neuroscience?

We are a group of three young neuroscientists who have just started their career in the field and are asking exactly these questions. We have created Corpus Curiosum with a clear goal: stimulate critical thinking in Neuroscience and build a network of early-career neuroscientists engaged in the topic.

Through weekly online-sessions, we provide a platform for short-format lectures on controversial topics, followed by an interactive debate. This is your chance to join the conversation, expand your perspective and build connections. Join us!

We are more than happy to announce that this series is supported by the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO), the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) and the Association of Spanish Scientists in Switzerland (ACECH).


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> All sessions start at 3PM GMT (UK Time) <

JUNE 1 | BROCA AND WERNICKE ARE DEAD, OR MOVING PAST THE CLASSIC MODEL OF LANGUAGE NEUROBIOLOGY

JUNE 8 | UNBOXING THE MICROBIOTA-GUT-BRAIN AXIS

JUNE 15 I DOES YOUR BRAIN ACTUALLY THINK? THE MEREOLOGICAL FALLACY IN NEUROSCIENCE

JUNE 22 | UNMASKING PLANT INTELLIGENCE THROUGH EDUCATION

JUNE 29 | CORPUS CURIOSUM MEET-AND-GREET

> Abstracts for the talks can be found on our website. <

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