Just got back from a very interesting conference in Chicago. As an educator interested in neurobiology, a conference on “Design” may seem like an unusual place for a presentation on implication of brain research on architecture, graphic design, art, or engineering, but what if what we think we see, isn’t what we really see? What if our memories are really emotional composites and not accurate recordings of what happened? How do we design something for a fluid state of perception. Anyway, if your interested, you can see the presentation under the “Presentations” link. Love to hear what you think?