Events & Awards
We thank our past and present sponsors:
The podcast is very proud to have won awards from the Centre for Human Brain Health in the UK for excellence in public engagement and science communication as well as for entrepreneurship during the Start Up Games sponsored by Santander
Public appearances and events are not occurring during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please check our guest appearances page for shows I have appeared on since March 2020.
Start-Up Games (March 2020)
Yesterday I was at the Birmingham Start-Up Connections event showing off the second season of WCNeuro. I was back with my unreasonably hard game and seeing who could tell myth from fact to win some limited edition WCNeuro t-shirt.— WaterCoolerNeuroscience (@WCNeuro) March 12, 2020
Last night the podcast was a winner at the Start-Up Games and we won £500. That will be getting used to improve production quality of the podcast and start the first marketing campaign. Many thanks for all the help that got us this far — WaterCoolerNeuroscience (@WCNeuro) March 12, 2020
CHBH Launch Event (Sept 2019)
Congratulations to Wilf Nelson on winning the CHBH Public Engagement Prize 2019 which involved a £100 Amazon voucher and an additional £100 towards his next Public Engagement Initiatives. Well done Wilf! There will be another opportunity to submit for the prize in 2020! pic.twitter.com/2vHuZf1dTL— The Centre for Human Brain Health (CHBH) (@TheCHBH) December 16, 2019
Heart of Brum (Sept 2019)
Here at the #heartofbrum with @UOBengage for our stall promoting @WCNeuro. Come by and try our games, win t shirts (thanks to @TheCHBH, for sponsorsing Rhodes), badges and sweets from 12-4 #podcast #science #psychology #phdlife pic.twitter.com/CBGmc7uZYi— WaterCoolerNeuroscience (@WCNeuro) September 26, 2019
The podcast will be at the Lapworth Lates event today at 6pm at @LapworthMuseum where we will be talking about how the complexity and relationships in the brain generate myths. These myths get exacerbated as our social networks expand. Can you figure out what is truth and myth?— WaterCoolerNeuroscience (@WCNeuro) February 13, 2020