Friday 7th October at 12:00pm | Daunt Books Marylebone | Tickets £8.00
What happens in our brain when we savour a meal or drink a glass of wine, stare at a screen, daydream or just sleep? World-renowned neuroscientist Susan Greenfield traces a single day in the life of the brain and tracks the mystery of how brain cells conjure consciousness. Drawing not only from her own research at Oxford but also from the worlds of philosophy, psychology and physics, this enthralling book gives fresh insight into human experience and, most tantalisingly, how our brains make us who we are.
Daniel Glaser is a neuroscientist, broadcaster and director of the Science Gallery London at King’s College London and we are very pleased that he joins us today to chat to Baroness Greenfield.