Music Cognition and Action Researcher, Dr Giacomo Novembre, has invented a digital music box, which he is using to increase our understanding of music and cognition or mental processes.
Elham Shabani Varaki wins BioCas Award
Dr. Sandra Garrido will join the MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development at Western Sydney University in early January 2016 having been awarded a prestigious NHMRC Research Development Fellowship.
Dr. Sandra Garrido
Are you 65 years +? Always wanted to learn the piano? We are running a research study at Western Sydney University Campbelltown campus during October - November 2015.
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Professor André van Schaik recently presented a lecture on neuromorphic engineering at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India.
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Dr Nigel Nettheim, a member of our Music Cognition and Action research program, will be presenting a paper at the National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia on Saturday 3 October 2015.
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Dr Marina Kalashnikova recently gave a keynote address at The challenge of evidence based policy and practice: Where to now for early language interventions?, a conference hosted by the Murdoch Children's Research Institute at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne.
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The MARCS Institute and the School of Social Sciences and Psychology are pleased to introduce our newest infant research facility, BabyLab at Kingswood. Join us to launch our new BabyLab and for a series of academic talks to showcase world leading infancy research.
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MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development recently hosted associates from Dolby Australia to discuss research ideas and potential collaboration.
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Dr Jennifer MacRitchie has been awarded an Ian Potter Foundation travel grant to attend an upcoming research symposium in Montreal, Canada.
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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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