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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Martin O'Neill, recently joined a panel of experts on BBC's 'Tomorrow's World Live: The Future of the Mind' to talk about the cutting edge scientific research and latest technologies that could enable a deeper understanding of the way our minds work.  Also discussed in this episode were new insights into mental health and new techniques that could change the way brain diseases and injuries are treated.

The episode was broadcast live from the Glasgow Science Centre on Wednesday 13th December 2017. 

 

 

Dr Martin O'Neill is a Lecturer in Psychology at St Hugh's College and a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Brain & Behaviour Research Group in the Department of Experimental Psychology.

You can follow Martin O'Neill on Twitter @dukeloath.

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