BrainCanDo Conference 2016
We like to share all the knowledge and learning that we gather through our research projects with our pupils, teachers, parents and professionals. We do this through our social media pages, as well as annual conferences. BrainCanDo Conferences bring together outstanding researchers in key areas of neuroscience to discuss concepts, bring together classroom learning applications and define challenges for future research.
Neuroscientists have known for some time that music has an effect on the brain. With the latest neuroimaging techniques we can actually see what those changes look like. But what actually happens when we make music? When we play an instrument or sing a song?
This year’s BrainCanDo conference brings together experts in the neuroscience fields as well as musical professionals who fully embrace the effects that music has on the brain and on learning.
Join us to better understand host of topics including the effects of rhythm and the brain, how music can boost wellbeing and the best way to optimise music positive effects and look at the parallels between vocal expressions and personal happiness.
Music is Instrumental
Tuesday 14 June 2106, BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London
An exploration of music and learning