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CNS2024: Sleep, Consciousness and Cognition

When

April 5

Description

You are invited to attend the 34th annual Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar: Sleep, Consciousness and Cognition’ on Friday April 5th 2024 at Queens’ College.

This year, we will focus on ‘Sleep, Consciousness and Cognition’ CNS2024 will be interdisciplinary and far reaching in its breadth. From investigating the nature and function of consciousness in humans, animals and artificial intelligence to the interplay between sleep abnormalities and neurodegeneration; from how core brain networks organise thought and behaviour to the understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying altered states of consciousness; from how the brain makes predictions about the world to how placing physical constraints on an artificially-intelligent system allows it to develop features of the brains of complex organisms in order to solve tasks.

This meeting will be open to neuroscientists of every discipline. You will be able to present a poster/data blitz on any of the themes of Cambridge Neuroscience – learning from each other is key. We have an excellent programme of speakers confirmed and you will be invited to attend the conference dinner following the meeting in the Old Hall of Queens’ College (additional charge will apply and places are limited).

 

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Organiser

Dr Dervila Glynn
Phone
+44 (0) 1223 334 063
Email
dg248@cam.ac.uk

Venue

Queens’ College
Silver Street
Cambridge, CB3 9ET United Kingdom
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CNS2024: Sleep, Consciousness & Cognition - Cambridge delegates

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