21 Questions


The 21 Questions – Complete

Curiosity about our brain is one of the oldest subjects of human speculation, yet in many ways it is still a very young science. How the brain operates is fundamental to every human activity and therefore, arguably, is the most important subject in the whole of science. Only in the last century have we begun […]

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The 21 Questions – Short Version

Click here to download your FREE copy of The 21 Key Questions for Neuroscience Curiosity about our brain is one of the oldest subjects of human speculation, yet in many ways it is still a very young science. How the brain operates is fundamental to every human activity and therefore, arguably, is the most important […]

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John Stein – Interview

You and your team have drawn up a list of the most important questions of neuroscience. Where did this idea come from? We’re following in the lines of David Hilbert, the German mathematician who drew up what he thought were the 23 most important problems of maths in 1900. Hilbert’s work arguably led to the […]

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Brain Science matters!

As mankind is faced with ever more complex challenges, understanding how the brain works is, arguably, the most important subject in the whole of science today.  Massive strides have been made recently in understanding the physiology and chemistry of certain brain components, and in mapping brain functions, yet key attributes that we take for granted […]

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