2-3 September 2014
GB team members Thomas Nowotny, Eleni Vasilki, and James Marshall jointly organised one of the satellite workshops at the 2014 Bernstein Conference. The workshop was entitled ‘Green Brain: How models of invertebrate brains can inform our understanding of cognition’ and discussed how models of brains of lower taxa can inform us of the bases of cognition in spite of their inherent limitations of smaller brains and limited cognitive abilities. Speakers included Martin Giurfa (Toulouse), Barbara Webb (Edinburgh), Netta Cohen (Leeds), and more. Detailed information can be found at the Bernstein Conference Website.