British Brain Bee

Why Neuroscience?

Neuroscience is the growing field of research and sciences. Undoubtedly, it is one of the most high growth industries in the future. Why? It influences our daily lives, health, the advancement of technology (including artificial intelligence, or AI), and the augmentation of our cognitive abilities (e.g.,...

London Brain Bee 2018

Brain Bee brings aspiring teenagers to the Sainbury Wellcome Centre   Future neuroscientists, psychologists, neurologists and doctors from secondary schools in London and beyond came together to participate in the annual London Brain Bee championship on Saturday 17th March at the Sainsbury Wellcome Center (SWC) for...

Aberdeen Brain Bee 2018

For the first time ever, secondary school students from Aberdeen got a chance to show their knowledge and share their love for all things brainy! On the 21st of February 2018, students from Robert Gordon’s College and St Margaret’s School for Girls met at the Aberdeen...

Edinburgh Brain Bee 2018

For the first time, high school students from Lothian (Edinburgh) competed against each other on questions relating to the functionality of the brain. The regional Brain Bee Competition, which took place on the 24 th of February (Saturday) at the University of Edinburgh, encourages participants to...

Success for Wales Brain Bee 2017

20 December 2017   Almost 60 students battled it out to be crowned top neuroscientist at this year’s Wales Brain Bee competition held at Cardiff University. After months of revision, participants from seven schools across South Wales came together to test their laboratory and written skills during the...

Welcome to the British Brain Bee

As the world is becoming increasingly complex, STEM subjects are becoming more critical for the UK's future success. Young people should be equipped with the skills that enable them to solve difficult problems, to gather and evaluate evidence, to make sense of information and come...

British Brain Bee

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