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FEATURE27 February 2017

Inside a neuroscientist’s mind

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Baroness Susan Greenfield finds time between searching for a treatment for Alzheimer’s, attending the House of Lords and writing books to talk to Jane Bainbridge about research, consciousness and why a generation is being changed by social media and computer games

Baroness Susan Greenfield didn’t set out to be a scientist, never mind a neuroscientist, and her interest in the brain was more accidental than intentional. Indeed, she hated science at school, complaining it was full of facts and lacking ...