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Free Will and the Brain Invited Speaker Italian Society for Neuroethics  
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Sofia Bonicalzi and Patrick Haggard wrote a piece on "Free will and the brain" for the Italian mass media, in the context of the forthcoming Italian Society for Neuroethics.
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European Conferences of Life Science Funders and Foundations Public Engagement European Molecular Biology Laboratory 19-APR-2018
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Patrick Haggard talked about "research funding and research culture" at the European Conferences of Life Science Funders and Foundations, at their annual meeting in Heidelberg.
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19-APR-2018
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Robots, AI and Society Public Engagement British Academy 31-JAN-2017
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Patrick Haggard spoke at this event
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Bimanual communication Media Appearance RTVSLO 24-NOV-2016
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Neurological basis of the bimanual coordination
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Bimanual communication Media Appearance Austrian Radio, ORF Steirmark 24-NOV-2016
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Neurological basis of the bimanual coordination
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6th Form Philosophy Conference Public Engagement Cheltenham Ladies College 08-FEB-2016
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Spoke at the 6th form philosophy conference organised by Cheltenham Ladies College.
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08-FEB-2016
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SCAMP study steering committee Public Engagement Department of Health 26-JAN-2016
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Chaired the steering committee of the Department of Health-funded SCAMP study of children and mobile phones
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26-JAN-2016
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Instant Expert: Consciousness Public Engagement New Scientist 12-SEP-2015
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Speaker at one-day masterclass
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12-SEP-2015
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Do We Have Free Will? Public Engagement Cheltenham Festivals 03-JUN-2015
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Is free will simply an illusion? Or are you the master of your own fate? Whether or not we control our destiny is an age old debate amongst philosophers, but modern neuroscience has weighed in with its own ideas on the matter. Philosopher Julian Baggini and neuroscientist Patrick Haggard ask: do we have free will?
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03-JUN-2015
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Crossing your fingers might reduce pain, says study Media Appearance Guardian 26-MAR-2015
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UCL scientists find that crossing the fingers can confuse the way the brain processes sensations - reducing pain in some cases
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26-MAR-2015
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