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Well said, Annie – educational neuroscience research should aim to improve education from the outset, rather than just as an afterthought.
Sounds like a great opportunity for interested contributors!
Hi Yana – I'd second Warren's suggestion, given the interest in evidence-based learning in the Asia-Pacific region.
What a great concept for public engagement – the improvisational nature makes it far more interactive than an ordinary seminar about meta-cognition. Sounded like it kept you on your toes too! UQ's Queensland Brain Institute, where I work, runs an annual art in neuroscience competition (http://www.qbi.uq.edu.au/news/best-neuroscience-images-of-2015), and we're always on the lookout for meaningful and exciting ways to teach the broader public about what our reserachers do.

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