The science behind transableism
It is a tremendous honour to announce that one of Oxford and UCL’s very own Professor of Neuroscience, Tim Behrens, is the Laureate for the Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists, in the field of Life Sciences.
It’s a typical Monday morning and you are standing in line at your local cafe waiting to get your favourite breakfast pastry. When your turn finally arrives, the barista tells you they have run out. You are suddenly faced with the task of choosing between one of two alternatives: a bagel or a cake. What will you choose?
Is having a healthy gut the key to your mental health?
Is the stigma around psychedelics overshadowing their therapeutic potential?
Is there any scientific evidence behind the Creative Alcoholic stereotype?
To change the quality of our lives, it is necessary to change the quality of our minds. Science has confirmed that meditation is a way to make that change.
The science behind pain, sex, and gender: do we need sex-specific treatments for chronic pain?
Do modern physics and biology support the idea of free will?
Antidepressants are leaking into our waterways, and we may be unknowingly taking them.