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The Bertarelli Foundation
How We're Wired
Love. Touch. Speech. Movement. Consciousness. What do they all have in common? From before birth to after death, our brains underpin our experiences and feelings. They make us who we are. But how? In How We’re Wired, evolutionary anthropologist Dr Anna Machin goes behind the scenes of cutting-edge neuroscience research to uncover the fascinating stories of how our brains grow, change, and ultimately die. Together, we’ll meet the scientists exploding our understanding of how the brain works and head into labs developing life-changing technologies. From hormones...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 20 ratings
Great show
Fascinating content. Keep it coming!
notthatKaren2 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/25/22
Fascinating
Really interesting stories make this a great way to learn about the brain. I’m not sure what future episodes will be about, but I’m looking forward to finding out.
ErikB2 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/12/22
Recent Episodes
What’s going on in the brains of teenagers? How does puberty affect the brain? And why might changing the way we talk about teens lead to changes in their brain structure?    In this episode of How We’re Wired, join evolutionary anthropologist Dr Anna Machin as she picks apart the neuroscience...
Published 10/05/22
Published 09/21/22
How do we taste? What evolutionary benefit is there to tasting bitter and sour? And why should you think about wearing noise-cancelling headphones on planes if you want to enjoy your food?    In this Focus episode of How We’re Wired, join producer Dr Eva Higginbotham as she uncovers the...
Published 09/21/22
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