Neuroscientist Dr Zarinah Agnew came to the Secret Garden Party this summer to teach us about the coital corners of the cortex in her new lecture, Dirty Brains. Here, she gives us the goods on how neuroscientists have probed our privates.
Trying to make science sound... read more
We follow neuroscientist Adrian Owen's gadabouts through the Secret Garden Party in July 2010 - from raves to our secret island hideaway to - with a handy Sensecam, a nifty device that takes a photograph every few seconds to create a continuous record of all his... read more
Music: a trick of the mind and the ultimate reason festivals happen at all.
11am Rhythm & The Brain, Jessica Grahn, University of Cambridge
Learn how regular beats are rooted in biology and why babies can pick up any rhythm. Make friends and discover how... read more
Devoting a day to the most complex thing in the known universe.
2pm The Neuroscience of Meditation, Emily Wright, University College London
Find out how advances in brain imaging technologies are teaching us what happens during meditation with an interactive... read more
We'll set music alight, find out how to speak to people in comas, and blow some shit up. Come find us with Bearded Kitten under the Cat Flap in London's Victoria Park at the Lovebox weekend music festival.
Saturday July 17
Anthem For Lovebox: Score our festival... read more
Every afternoon at the Secret Garden Party in 2009 we hosted a Bake-A-Brain Tea Party, with Cambridge neuroscience PhD students Becky Lawson and Aidan Horner on hand to help dissect, discuss and digest the the most complex thing in the universe.
They will be back in 2010. Come for a cuppa and a chat about brain history, anatomy and function.
Taking our rightful place alongside Thom Yorke, Vivian Westwood and Nick Cave, we performed at Latitude, one of Britain's most refined and thought-provoking music festivals.
The Frog Who Croaked Blue - Friday 17 July 1730-1830
Iconic intellects Wittgenstein, Nabokov and Feynman all shared... read more