Resources for teaching, learning and sharing neuroscience

Our resource pages contain information to direct and equip you, whatever role you have, to discover, share and delight in the wonders of the brain and nervous system.

To help you find what you're looking for, please see symbols indicating which section contains:
+ = resources aimed primarily at neuroscientists
~ = resources aimed primarily at teachers
^ = resources aimed primarily at children, young people and their families

The science of the brain and nervous system

The science of the brain and nervous system

Websites, downloads, career guides, and other resources about the science of the brain and nervous system for all ages and audiences. ~ ^

Disorders and diseases of the brain and nervous system

Disorders and diseases of the brain and nervous system

Information about disorders and diseases affecting the brain and nervous system, and where to find further advice. ~ ^

Neuroscience (and neuroscientists!) in schools

Neuroscience (and neuroscientists!) in schools

Ready-made neuroscience sessions (PowerPoint & Info sheet) as tools for outreach in schools, neuroscience lessons or home learning. + ~

KS4&5 neuroscience

KS4&5 neuroscience

Online resources to support teaching, learning and revision of GSCE, A-level & equivalent Biology. Matched to all UK syllabuses. ~ ^

Webinars for kids

Webinars for kids

Recordings of webinars delivered specifically for children and young people in mind, with activities to do at home too. ^

Resources for public engagement

Resources for public engagement

Websites with guidance and resources for neuroscience outreach, from fun brain activities to advice on writing for lay readers. +

brainAlso, why not check out BrainFacts.org's interactive 3D brain model? Flip and rotate the brain to explore the different regions and bring a new interactive element to your teaching or outreach.


Please note that any information provided by the BNA via its website, publications, or its members is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice; it is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Student resources

Student resources

We're pleased to share resources created and developed by our student members.

Here are some great first episodes from a new podcast series from student member, Abdullah Iqbal, interviewing some leading neuroscientists in the UK:

Introductory episode - click here to listen

Episode 1 - click here to listen

Episode 2 - click here to listen

 

 

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