New research suggests why people with paralysis of their limbs and upper torso are more likely to suffer from sleep apnoea.
In a nutshell: Oscillations in brain activity influence how well we perceive objects in both expected and unexpected locations.
Brain researchers from across Australia descended upon Canberra to share the Australian Brain Alliance’s goal, to crack the brain’s code, with politicians.
A meeting of representatives from some of the world’s major brain research projects, hosted by the Australian Academy of Science in Canberra, has made a declaration to establish an International Brain Initiative.
The Australian Academy of Science, in association with the Australian Brain Alliance, is establishing a Brain Science Network for early and mid-career researchers (EMCRs). We are seeking talented, passionate EMCRs to join the Steering Committee to drive this new initiative.
Get to know Professor Glenda Halliday who is on the Executive of the Australian Brain Alliance.
Get to know Professor Michael Breakspear who is on the Australian Brain Alliance Executive.