July 23, 2019 - August 16, 2019
The CRBLM, Brain Reach, Science Policy Exchange, and Convergence Neuroscience are offering a series of workshops on science communication and knowledge mobilization.
The workshops will cover a range of approaches, target audiences, and aspects of the process of planning and delivering science outreach projects.
November 14, 2019
June 26, 2019
NOTE: This event is now full. Registration is only for the waiting list.
What is the path from scientific findings to commercialization? What resources are available for researchers on this path? Where does business funding come from? How is IP ownership handled? What does a researcher need to know before becoming an entrepreneur? Read More
May 15, 2019
Title: Stimulating speech: Auditory-motor interactions in production and perception
In my lab, we use non-invasive brain stimulation to explore auditory-motor interactions during speech perception and speech production. I will describe how transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) works and provide a number of examples of how we have used this method in combination with behaviour and other measures of brain function. Read More
May 21, 2019
Title: The timing of the cognitive processes underlying bilingualism and the perception of foreign accents: Evidence from mouse tracking
The mouse-tracking paradigm allows researchers to better understand how cognitive processes unfold over time by recording participants’ responses using a computer mouse. In this talk, I will present a diverse set of cognitive experiments in which I used the mouse-tracking paradigm for data collection. Read More
May 22, 2019
Title: Creating and analyzing mouse-tracking experiments
The goal of this four-hour workshop is to create and analyze mouse-tracking experiments. During the first half of the workshop, participants will become familiar with the computer software MouseTracker (download here – only works on Windows os). Read More