A neuroscientist’s view of homo sapiens and its world
Date: 3pm - 3.50pm | Saturday 14 July 2018
Venue: AHMS Joe Verco
How is the brain, with its unique capabilities, dealing with modern global challenges? A neuroscientific perspective on our biological and cultural evolution will give a more realistic view of the dangers confronting our species. Scientific humanism may be our best chance to adapt for survival instead of failure and perishing.
Free event — Make sure you arrive a bit early to get the best seat! There’s no registration required.