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New Thinking Required: Oil, Cars, and Walking

Cars changed us. How will we change cars?
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Building Resilient Organisations One Brain at a Time, Part 1

Want to build a resilient organisation? A few steps focused on the individual can make a huge difference.
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Does the brain matter in business?

Feeling overloaded and stressed out at work? Neuroscience can offer some help.
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Alluring Brain Science: Stale, Creative Ferment or Both?

Brain science is complex and fast developing. Is it providing the answers we need quickly enough?
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Do Men and Women Lead Differently?

Can you tell a male brain and a female brain apart just by looking? How about a male leader's brain from a female leader's brain?
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Working Better: Brain Science in Business

There are many brain science lessons that can be applied in organisations from sleep hygiene to managing stress to fostering creativity.

Human Information Gathering: How Can We Proceed?

The behavioural and brain sciences can transform forensic, policing, judicial, and intelligence practices, and enhance operational effectiveness ethically.
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How Should We Interrogate the Brain?

Interrogation practices need to forget Hollywood and embrace science, thereby enhancing reliable information gathering, operational effectiveness, as well as justice and ethics.
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Why Torture Doesn't Work

Do you think torture is a good way to probe the long-term memory circuits of the brain? If you do, why do you?