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The Neuroscience of Perception

  • Apr 28, 2013 · 10:30 AM
  • Univ. of MO Extension Center

Discover the way that human vision functions and the ways magicians take advantage of this knowledge. Zi Teng Wang is a graduate student in molecular cell biology at Washington University in St Louis. In his spare time, he's an amateur magician and mentalist who loves playing with perception and the ways it can be tricked.

Monthly potluck lunch: Immediately following the program, please stay and partake of dishes prepared by ESMR members. Visitors welcome!
*Note: We will be taking a cue from our Buddhist friends and each washing our own plates, cups and utensils afterward.

Please remember to bring items for donation to the FISH food pantry.

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