Neurolaw News

A collection of snippets from the inter webs on NeuroLaw:

For those interested in the topic of NeuroLaw I recommend David Eaglemont’s Initiative on Neuroscience and the Law as well as to check out the posts on the topic over at my old blog.


Report: Neuroscience, Conflict and Security

The Royal Society has released its report on the application of  neuroscience in a military and law enforcement context. The report focuses on two specific applications: (1) performance enhancement of military/police personnel and (2) performance degradation of perceived enemies.   Of particular personal  interest was Part 3 which outlines how any new advance in weaponry is likely to be effected by existing customary, humanitarian and human rights law.