Kristine Krug's research group Public Engagement
Women's Career Day 2018 at The Leibniz-InstitutE fOR Neurobiology in Magdeburg
Kristine Krug speaks on "Making Decisions - in the brain and in life". Below with the speakers and organisers.
SommerAKAdEMIE DER STUDIENSTIFTUNG IN ROT 2017
Together with 17 students and three professors, we spent two weeks investigating the possibilities, limitations and ethics of different neural intervention methods.
Seminars, discussions and experiments ranged from stimulating neurons in the cockroach, through cochlear implants and visual neuroprosthetics to non-invasive tDCS and TMS in humans. (See video at the top).
Virtual Tour of OUR Labs
Come inside and take a virtual tour through our laboratories! You can find me in the MRI scanner room.
Find out more about our research and see our work with monkeys.
Go to http://www.labanimaltour.org/oxford
Beat the Vision Expert
Live crowd experiment on making decision-making about what we see at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhbition 2015. Can the crowd be as good or even better than a trained vision expert at making perceptual decisions? This was part of our Neuron to Nerf guns exhibit (see London Science Museum Late event below).
Your changing brain: from neurons to Nerf guns
With many other Royal Society Research Fellows and scientists, we contributed to the London Science Museum Lates in 2015: The next big thing. Together, Oxford colleagues Holly Bridge, Sarah Newey and Kristine Krug developed an exhibit about the Changing Brain:
- Demonstrating adaptation when your gaze gets bend while shooting Nerf guns
- Comparing expert and crowd judgments on a 3D object
- Looking at brains and cells at different ages.
Interactive Talk: Close encounter with the 3D mind
Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2014: Kristine Krug gave an interactive talk about 3D vision that involved red-green glasses, mobile phones to make visual judgements and looking at brain function supporting perception.
Cafe Scientific at the Royal Society: Seeing Double
Kristine Krug and Professor Adrian Hilton, a computer scientist at the University of Surrey, discuss the challenges faced when generating computer models of humans. 26 March 2012 at the Royal Society.
Find the audio clip here: https://royalsociety.org/events/2012/seeing-double/
Kristine on the BBC
BBC World Service:
‘Still Life Versus Moving Image’ The Strand 16/11/2012
‘Stuff, gadgets and what men think’ Go Digital 13/10/2003 (as a BA Mediafellow);
‘200 years of Dalton’s atomic theory’ Science in Action 16/10/2003
BBC News Online (as a BA Mediafellow):
Science celebrates 'father of nanotech' http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/3178890.stm
Bats flap over road plan http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/3117460.stm
Slugs take fright at garlic http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/3104302.stm
Supermarket molluscs reveal Roman secret http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/3103354.stm
Red tape 'harming cancer patients' http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/3101524.stm
Women beat men in maths test http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/3098340.stm
Digging into the brain http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/3095018.stm