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Neurophilic Design, Who We Are and Where We Are – Professor Heidi Zeeman, Griffith University

Mar 1, 2019 | health and medicine

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https://doi.org/10.26320/SCIENTIA288

About this episode

Professor Heidi Zeeman of Griffith University and her collaborators are exploring the innovative research field of neurotrauma and the built environment. They endeavour to understand the experiences of individuals with different brain sensitivities and neurological disabilities and the environments in which they live, work and recover. This work will ultimately inform next generation therapeutic environments, workplace and residential design and the design of public spaces.
 

 

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