Analyses | Innovation and technology development | 2019-04-01 | Sing Tao

The potential of neuroscience in urban planning



While a well-designed city is conducive to quality of life, the issue is how can we ensure people are truly comfortable in certain urban settings? Some overseas researchers have attempted to figure this out via brainwave-detecting equipment. Some people even believe by applying neuroscience to urban planning, the city can be a better place to live in.

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.