I hated science, I thought it was rather boring - no room for creativity or imagination, says baroness Susan Greenfield, professor of physiology at the University of Oxford. But her approach has changed a lot since than. Through philosophy and psychology she eventually got into neuroscience, she wrote ten books for general public as a part of popularization of science. Her research focuses for example on Alzheimer's disease and examines the changes caused in our brain and in our behavior by technology.
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