ANU Centre for the Mind

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ANU Centre for the Mind

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1997 - 2006

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The Centre for the Mind was launched on August 1997 by neurologist and author Oliver Sacks, and was a joint venture of the Australian National University and the University of Sydney. The Centre headed by Professor Allan Snyder, with Nelson Mandela as the Millennium Fellow and Dr Oliver Sacks the Foundation Fellow focused on research into creativity, the brain and mind. The ANU Centre closed when Professor Snyder relocated to the University of Sydney at the end of 2006.

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Entered from deposit description on 6 October 2015

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ANU Annual Report 1997

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