We are the Neuropolitics lab from the University of Edinburgh. The neuropolitics group produces transdisciplinary research, utilizing developments in the cognitive neurosciences, to shed new light on political attitudes, identities and decision-behaviours. Our neuropolitics research is produced in collaboration with colleagues from the social sciences, psychology, informatics and the brain imaging centres at the University of Edinburgh. We also work closely with colleagues from other Universities at home and abroad. Our group uses a range of experimental approaches, including fMRI brain scanning,survey experiments, behavioural games, face-emotion coding, eye-tracking and physiologicalhormone testing as well as big data analysis, to explore the mind–brain–action nexusin political and policy context.