CogNovo is an Innovative Doctoral Programme, funded by the EU Marie Curie initiative and Plymouth University, to foster research training in the emerging field of Cognitive Innovation. CogNovo offers transdisciplinary training that combines scientific studies of the neural correlates and mechanisms of creativity, with investigations into the role of creativity in human cognition, and their application in sustainable technological and social innovation...
Diego reflects on his experience at CogNovo in a series of four talks.
Eugenia presented “Visualising the Ordinary: On Pierre Schoeller’s ‘The Lost Time’” at the Migration Lab conference
Kathryn B. Francis, Raluca Briazu, and Agi Haines explain their working process.
Kathryn B. Francis publishes "Virtual morality in the helping professions…" in the BJoP
16..18 August 2017
CogNovo Colloquium on Experiences and Applications of Cognitive Innovation — with keynote speaker Joel Pearson.
15-20 August 2016
The CogNovo research fellows invited to ColLaboratoire, a project based summer school on collaborative interdisciplinarity.
A seminar series for which we invited 29 world class researchers to Plymouth to give us insights into their work.
WHAT's UP: Weekly timeslot for specialist talks, ad-hoc workshops and courses.
CogNovo offers a choice of 25 focussed research projects. Each project is supervised by a multidisciplinary team of experts and offers opportunities for secondments to international academic and commercial partners.