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StudentsA Spectacular Science Internship: Changing Perspective from Telescopic to Microscopic

At first glance, there doesn’t seem to be much common ground between the study of astrophysics and research into microvasculature. The same thought occurred to Sachi Elkerton, a third year Physics and Astronomy student, when she was interviewed by Dr. Aaron Ward of the London Regional Cancer Centre for her science internship.

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Consciousness and phantoms: how our brains compensate for an unexpected data gap Consciousness and phantoms: how our brains compensate for an unexpected data gap

In the airport, predictable networks get a passenger’s luggage checked in, get them through security, get them on the plane and coordinate the plane’s takeoff from a clear runway. Similarly, your brain’s networks communicate with each other so that you can simultaneously walk, talk and think about lunch.

But what happens when expected information isn’t there?

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Aimee van Wynsberghe BSc’06 (Cell Biology)

Aimee van Wynsberghe BSc’06 (Cell Biology)

The advent of ethical robotics
Aimee van Wynsberghe is helping shape the 'humans behind the robots'.

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