The 'Music in the Brain' initiative aims to share exciting developments in music and science with musicians, students, teachers, educators, and music lovers.
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PhD student Nhung Nguyen was recently singled out for special mention by the Association of Laboratory Phonology in the best student paper awards.
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Professor Anne Cutler recently presented a plenary speech at the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), which was held on 10-14 Aug in Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
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The MARCS Institute Advisory Board recently held its first meeting on Thursday 30 July 2015 at our Bankstown labs.
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This special issue is intended to present and discuss breakthrough technological developments which are expected to bridge the gap between physiology and engineering.
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School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics and MARCS Institute researcher, Dr Omar Mubin, along with MARCS PhD student, Muneeb Ahmad, recently took part in the Way out West (WOW) Festival for Children.
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Professor Kate Stevens recently appeared on The Daily Edition, an afternoon entertainment show on the Seven Network, Australia, discussing the psychology of music.
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Saya Kawase is the recipient of the 2014 Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Postgraduate Scholarship. She speaks with Hiroko Kawasakiya Clayton about her experience at The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour & Development so far.
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Dr Marina Kalashnikova and Dr Varghese Peter from our Speech and Language program discuss how they use EEG technology in their their ongoing research.
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An ARC Linkage Project grant that aims to develop a personalised music recommender system using perceived tone quality, affect and liking, has been awarded to Professor Roger Dean and colleagues.
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