How the brain destroys itself

Dominic Hare recently gave a public lecture as part of the UTS Science in Focus called ‘How the brain destroys itself’, described as:

…a cautionary tale about how our brains grow, live and die; and how the chemistry of the brain that makes humans so unique might be responsible for why things go wrong.

You can watch the video below, and read the transcript here.

Posted in Irons in the fire: News from our lab

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