Tudor Neuroscience at the Virtual Summer Festival of Learning

What did Tudor people think went on in the brain? What does a memory worm have to do with it? I'm delighted to be presenting my talk 'Tudor Neuroscience' as part of the Virtual Summer Festival of Learning organised by the University of Cambridge Institute for Continuing Education. To access this and other talks on fascinating subjects, sign up here for free: https://www.ice.cam.ac.uk/university-cambridge-virtual-summer-festival-learning

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