Institute for the Future of the Mind
Research at the Institute for the Future of the Mind was funded by the Oxford Martin School from 2005-2011.
Research projects brought cross-disciplinary perspectives to understanding the mind at its most vulnerable: the young mind and the ageing mind.
In addition to primary research, the Institute for the Future of the Mind continues to act as a hub, drawing together evidence from all aspects of the brain-sciences and ensuring that it is accessible to decision makers throughout learning and education.
The Institute was directed by Professor Baroness Susan Greenfield. Further details about her research and achievements can be found on the University of Oxford's Department of Pharmacology website here.
Design and evaluation of a low-cost respiratory monitoring device for use with anaesthetized animals
ID: The Quest for Identity in the 21st Century: The Quest for Meaning in the 21st Century
A Multifaceted Approach to Neuroscience Outreach: Meeting the Challenges
Multiple cascade effects of oxidative stress on astroglia
Tomorrow's People: How 21st-Century Technology is Changing the Way We Think and Feel
The Private Life of the Brain
The Human Brain: A Guided Tour
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