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The Science of Sleep and Dreams

January 14, 2013

The Science of Sleep and Dreams
David Randall, author of the book Dreamland: Adventures in the Strange Science of Sleep, MIT neuroscientist Matt Wilson, PhD, and Harvard instructor of psychiatry Erin Wamsley, PhD, discuss the science of sleep and dreams.

David Randall, author of the book Dreamland: Adventures in the Strange Science of Sleep, MIT neuroscientist Matt Wilson, PhD, and Harvard instructor of psychiatry Erin Wamsley, PhD, discuss the science of sleep and dreams. Wilson and Wamsley were panelists at an event held at the Academy, hosted by Science and the City in collaboration with the 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival, titled The Strange Science of Sleep and Dreams.