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The Ambidextrous Brain: The Neuroscience of Imagination & Creativity.

Getting the most out of your brain’s extraordinary powers requires understanding its cognitive cycle. Usually trained to be focused and narrow, the brain can be divergent and creative if given the chance.

When: Wednesday, August 7 2019. 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
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Where: The Studio
Level 6, Sydney Startup Hub, 11 - 17 York Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Topic: Human body and movement, Health and medical, Innovation and technology
Cost: Free
Bookings: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/speaker-series-the-studio-the-ambidextrous-brain-the-neuroscience-of-imagination-creativity-tickets-61981539453
Other: Wheelchair access
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Join us as part of the Sydney Science Festival 2019, as The Studio hosts Professor David Alais, from the School of Psychology at the University of Sydney.

Getting the most out of your brain’s extraordinary powers requires understanding its cognitive cycle. Usually trained to be focused and narrow, the brain can be divergent and creative if given the chance. Recent neuroscience findings have revealed new insights about the brain’s creative network and useful hacks for developing it.

Schedule

12.15pm: BYO lunch, grab a tea or coffee, sign in
12.30pm – 1.10pm: Talk and presentation
1.10pm – 1.30pm: Q&A with audience

The Studio exists to support medi-tech and creative-tech startups in the Australian ecosystem. Help them grow, expand and make connections.

Contact details:

Claire Tester
The Studio
Email: claire@thestudio.org.au
Phone: 0413 358 091

See more at:www.thestudio.org

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