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Welcome to ANFA

The goal of the Academy Neuroscience for Architecture is to promote the use of neuro and cognitive science research to improve the design of the built environment.

Keynotes: 2021 Symposium

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Kate Jeffery

Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience at University College London


Niall McLaughlin

Practicing Architect and Professor of Architectural Practice at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London


Patrik Schumacher

Principal Architect of Zaha Hadid Architects


Nick Tyler

Director of the UC London Centre for Transport Studies & Chadwick Chair of Civil Engineering

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