Ayahuasca-induced personal death subjective experiences
Researchers analysed studies on self-reported experiences related to the sensation of death during ayahuasca ceremonies.
Could we have psi abilities if our brains didn't inhibit them?
Research tests a novel neurobiological model and concludes that the frontal lobes of the brain act as a filter to inhibit humans' innate psi abilities.
The impact of after-death communication in bereavement
A study with 70 participants who experienced after-death communication with deceased partners reveals that the majority found it comforting and helpful in their bereavement.
Luís Portela honoured with Prémio Universidade de Lisboa
Luís Portela was awarded in recognition of the "social impact, innovative personality, unique entrepreneurship and visionary leadership".
BIAL Award in Biomedicine 2023 distinguishes pioneering research in brain cancer
A team led by researchers from the University of Heidelberg in Germany, won the BIAL Award in Biomedicine with a work focused on cancer neuroscience.
President of the Republic honours the BIAL Foundation on its 30th anniversary
On 20th February, the President of the Republic conferred the insignia of Honorary Member of the Order of Merit upon the BIAL Foundation.
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