Wesnes Cognition have an on going long term collaborative relationship with Newcastle University, where the CogTrack system is accessible to a number of projects. 


Professor Wesnes has collaborated closely with various groups at Newcastle University since 1995, and over 60 scientific papers have emerged from this research. In 2015 he was awarded a Visiting Professorship with the the Medicinal Plant Research Group. CogTrack is being used in a series of research studies involving the cognitive benefits of various natural products such as blackcurrants, energy drinks, and studies combining CogTrack testing with sophisticated assessments of the patterns of electrical activity in the brain.



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