New grant for Cogsci to streamline lab delivery

New grant for Cogsci to streamline lab delivery

The Department of Cognitive Sciences in partnership with EMOTIV have been awarded a Strategic Priority Grant of $146,000.

The strategic priority grant will fund the development of an integrated digital educational platform for lab-based learning activities in the cognitive and brain sciences. Team members from the Department of Cognitive Science and EMOTIV will lead the project. This new platform — called NeuroLab — will build on and leverage innovative brain imaging labs currently featured in 2 undergraduate units (COGS100 Introduction to Cognitive and Brain Sciences and COGS202 Cognitive Neuroscience).

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Content owner: Department of Cognitive Science Last updated: 05 Jun 2019 8:57am

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