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How the brain works?,
voditelji: Olivia Frances Kaloyianni, Andrija Musulin, Tara Kostanjšak, Marija Mamić i Petra Piršić
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Tehnički muzej „Nikola Tesla“, Savska cesta 18
SNIMKA - Radionica, prezentacija, kviz
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Inside our body's control centre there is a mass of wrinkly material which controls everything we do. It enable us to think, learn, create and feel emotions, as well as controlling every blink, breath and heartbeat. This fantastic organ is our brain! It’s so amazing that famous scientist James D. Watson once called the brain “the most complex thing we have yet discovered in our universe.”
Visitors will be able to find out interesting facts about brain development, hear about differences in anatomical structure of the brain between individual animal species, participate in games about brain, create a model of the nervous system according to the sketch and participate in the knowledge quiz.
Olivia Frances Kaloyianni
Born in Corfu, Greece on the 13th February 1997. She completed her high school education in Corfu and went on to study Neuroscience at the University of Nottingham in the UK in 2015. Since then, she has embarked on a degree at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Zagreb. Olivia is one of the students of the first generation of Veterinary Medicine in English. Together with a few of her colleagues, she co-founded the students’ association, the Vet Society, of which she was President from 2018-2020. During this time, the Vet Society led numerous projects, including the renovation of the student room at the Department for Anatomy, Histology and Embryology. She has worked as a student demonstrator at the aforementioned department and has participated in research work which was presented in congresses in Hannover and Bucharest. In 2019, she was awarded a scholarship from MSD/Federation of Veterinarians in Europe, and since the beginning of her 5th academic year she has been a student volunteer at the Clinic for Surgery, Orthopaedics and Ophthalmology. Her areas of interest include neurosurgery and soft tissue surgery.