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MRI scans used for Autism diagnosis

BBC reports on the use of MRI scanning data to help diagnose autism in adults:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-10929032

Sheeps in MRI scanner

Interesting article about using an MRI scanner on sheep to help boost flock quality!http://www.ukwirednews.com/news.php/60629-Sheep-MRI-scans-boost-flock-quality

Brain scans can distinguish memory

Researchers use an MRI scanner to ‘see’ memories and predict what people are thinking about: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/8556422.stm

Science and Society Event – National Science Learning Centre

On 19th November the National Science Learning Centre hosted an evening on Science and Society, Reach-out and Public Engagement at the University of York. Kathy Sykes, Professor of Sciences and Society at the University of Bristol and well known science broadcaster was the guest speaker. Me, Myself and MRI helped to represent the public engagement […]

Archbishop Holgates Learning Centre

Two of the pieces on display in the new learning centre at Archbishop Holgates School.

New distributed show

Whilst we wait to confirm some new venues, the exhibition is being hosted by three of the project partners: Apollo Creative, York Neuroimaging Centre and Archbishop Holgate’s School. York Neuroimaging Centre has headphones to allow people to listen to the audio soundtrack without disturbing users of the computer room. The interpretation pod (kindly on loan […]

Initial Tour Ended

The exhibition today completed it’s initial tour and has now moved to temporary storage. Please check the main website for updates and watch this space for details of future tour dates.

Me, Myself and MRI at York Hospital

The exhibition is now open at York Hospital, where it will stay until the end of July. To visit the exhibition, turn right after you enter the hospital through the main entrance. It’s in the exhibition space which is opposite the WRVS cafĂ©. Exhibition opening hours are 9am – 5pm 7 days a week

Exhibition opens at York Hospital

The exhibition reached the third and final destination on its initial tour today, with the opening at York Hospital. A slightly smaller venue means that only five pieces can be displayed.

Scan-tastic look inside the brain

Me, Myself and MRI features in today’s Bradford Telegraph and Argus:Scan-tastic look inside the brain