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Zebrafish reveal the ups and downs of vision

Zebrafish reveal the ups and downs of vision

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Researchers from the Centre for Developmental Neurobiology at King's College London have shed light on how we perceive and recognise specific visual stimuli.
Parent-led tool opens up NHS children's heart surgery data to families

Parent-led tool opens up NHS children's heart surgery data to families

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Researchers are calling for the end to an era of confusion and alarm about children's heart surgery statistics by launching an innovative communication tool that will help people make sense of published survival data about children's heart surgery in the UK and Ireland.
Maurice Wohl Institute wins RIBA London Award

Maurice Wohl Institute wins RIBA London Award

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The Maurice Wohl Clinical Neuroscience Institute at King's College London has been honoured in this year's prestigious RIBA London Awards for architectural excellence.
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Functional imaging of sensorimotor circuits in behaving zebrafish

Functional imaging of sensorimotor circuits in behaving zebrafish

Date
30 Jun 2016
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Guy's Campus, Hodgkin Building, King’s College London, SE1 1UL
Description
This Department of Developmental Neurobiology Seminar will be presented by Dr Michael Orger and hosted by Martin Meyer.
Movie and documentary in mental health: From research to public engagement

Movie and documentary in mental health: From research to public engagement

Date
7 Jul 2016
Location
King's College London - Strand, London, WC2R 2LS
Description
This interdisciplinary intensive summer school will introduce participants to the use of film in mental health. Topics will include the use of documentary as a tool in research, education and advocacy; community outreach and engagement using films, and artistic film-making in mental health.
Breaking the chains: A film-documentary on mental health and human rights

Breaking the chains: A film-documentary on mental health and human rights

Date
7 Jul 2016
Location
King's College London - Strand S-2.18 Lucas Lecture Theatre, London, WC2R 2LS
Description
Breaking the Chains captures both the unfailing commitment of KSJ and the untold stories of pasung victims. Simultaneously heart wrenching and inspiring, the film is the first documentary to focus on this almost universally ignored violation of human rights.
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