January 18th 2011 Bright Club: Brains

It’s a New Year, and another new take on life from Bright Club. We’re back at the Wilmington Arms on January 18th with old friends and new ones.

Join us this month to see Helen Keen (see must be brainy, she understands rocket science http://www.helenkeen.com/) lead off for the first time at Bright Club as we try to understand brains. While making jokes about brains. She’ll be joined by:

Dan Woods, accordion playing genius http://danwoods.co.uk/

Zarinah Agnew, UCL neuroscientist and brainscanner extraordinaire
http://www.icn.ucl.ac.uk/Research-Groups/Speech-Communication-Group/group-members/MemberDetails.php?Title=Dr&FirstName=Zarinah&LastName=Agnew

Andrew Tolmie, psychologist (Institute of Education)  http://www.ioe.ac.uk/staff/PHDT_80.html

Silvia Di Bianchi, philosopher (UCL)
http://w3.uniroma1.it/episteme/sito-dip/eng/index.php?app=Department&nomeCat=PhD+Students&title=Silvia+De+Bianchi&sezione=24&cat=50&view=4&id=148

Benedetto Di Martino (UCL) http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/1002/10020902

Valerie Wallace (UCL), expert on the genius of Jeremy Bentham
http://twitter.com/valeriewallace

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