- — Shane McCracken (@ShaneMcC)Thu, Feb 28 2013 16:08:08Here are the line ups for I'm a NeuroScientist Live this weekend at the Barbican: http://about.imascientist.org.uk/2013/im-a-neuroscientist-live-this-weekend/ …iswonderseason3/im-a-neuroscientist-live-this-weekend/ #wonderseason
- — Helen Arney (@helenarney)Sun, Mar 03 2013 12:20:38Today I'm back at @BarbicanCentre with "I'm a Neuroscientist, get me out of here!" - Free, 3.15 on the foyer stage - yesterday was a blast!
- — Live Skeptic (@LiveSkeptic)Sun, Mar 03 2013 15:17:29
- — Live Skeptic (@LiveSkeptic)Sun, Mar 03 2013 15:19:34Five Neuroscientists waiting in the wings @BarbicanCentre. We have to be well qualified to participate. Since we all have brains we are ok!
- — Live Skeptic (@LiveSkeptic)Sun, Mar 03 2013 15:21:42Mark Horowitz studies depression & stress. He's from Australia. Eva studies short term memory & I've forgotten her surname. @BarbicanCentre
- That's Eva Feredoes
- Amy is @amy_goodgorilla on Twitter
- — Live Skeptic (@LiveSkeptic)Sun, Mar 03 2013 15:24:17Jonathan Webb researches hearing at Oxford because he loves music. Looks at auditory cortex while playing Mozart to mice! @BarbicanCentre
- Jonathan is @jjbw on Twitter
- And Catherine is @CathLoveday.
- These two facts were from Mark Horowitz
- — Live Skeptic (@LiveSkeptic)Sun, Mar 03 2013 15:30:54From Eva: #1 can make you wave your arm #2 memory better on Monday morning than later in the week. No 1 for me. @BarbicanCentre
- Eva stimulates the brain to make your arm move.
- Amy's two facts.
- — Live Skeptic (@LiveSkeptic)Sun, Mar 03 2013 15:33:41First one is true, so I was wrong. @BarbicanCentre but #2 not totally to do with family link only 5% hereditary. Biggest risk is age.
I'm a Neuroscientist! Get Me Out Of Here!
Live tweets from @LiveSkeptic from the @barbicancentre, where @helenarney hosted the second heat of I'm a Neuroscientist, Get Me Out of Here! on 3 March 2013