Atomium Culture

Atomium Culture

The Permanent Platform of Atomium Culture brings together some of the most authoritative universities, newspapers and businesses in Europe to increase the movement of knowledge: across borders, across sectors and to the public at large.
La plataforma permanente Atomium Culture reúne a las universidades, periódicos y empresas más prestigiosos de Europa para promover el flujo del conocimiento más allá de fronteras, entre sectores y hacia el público en general.

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Leading young European researchers have been selected by European research universities and the Scientific and Editorial Committees of AC to write an article about their work and the potential impact of this.

SIMNER color

by Julia Simner of University of Edinburgh

It is hard to imagine that reality could be anything other than what we see around us. The sights, sounds, tastes and smells we experience every day feel fixed and permanent, as if anybody else standing in our shoes would see the same colours, hear the same sounds, taste the same flavours, and so on. Our sensations feel unambiguous: red is red, onions taste of onion, and the sound of a piano is, well, just that. But as a neuropsychologist, I know that our perception of the world is filtered through the individuality of our brain. And because some brains differ in subtle ways, some people experience the world as a radically different place. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the experiences of people with synaesthesia.

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Science and Society in Europe – dare to change?

Por: | 14 de marzo de 2013

F. González, M. Baracchi Bonvicini, V. Giscard d'Estaing, E. Widegren

Dublin - 25-26 February 2013. Last month leading representatives from academia, media, industry and policy makers in Europe met at Trinity College Dublin during the 2013 edition of the EISRI Summit to discuss the role of the media in responsible research and innovation.

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Gifts beyond Genes: Ancestors’ Lifestyle as Biological Heritage?

Por: | 09 de marzo de 2013

Atomium _Culture_Epigenetics

By Sandra Hake and Philipp Korber of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich

Recently researchers have made the astonishing finding that our lifestyles seem to have lasting effects on our offspring as well. What is passed on from our ancestors?

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