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Denise Camilleri interviewing Claude Bajada

Accessible science: Denise Camilleri interviews Claude Bajada

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Can we look inside our brains? Denise Camilleri of Opening Doors Malta interviews Dr Claude Bajada of Department of Physiology & Biochemistry about the science of the brain.

The video team consisted of THINK’s editor Daiva Repečkaitė, Dr Anne-Marie Callus from the Department of Disability Studies, and UM’s videographers, James Moffett and Sarah Zammit. The Department of Cognitive Science provided the props, and the Library kindly offered the venue.


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