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In the final step of this course, the team says goodbye to the learners, recaps the content and asks for feedback.
Congratulations, you have reached the end of the course!
Over the past 5 weeks, we have touched on numerous topics. Neurosciences and neurobiology probably had the greatest share of the courses, but in weeks 2 and 3 psychology had a strong presence too.
This interplay and complexity of arguments give you a good idea of what happens every day in a neuroscience department. Clinical psychologists, neuroscientists, medical doctors and biologists all try to understand the same phenomenon, but with very different tools and from very different points of views.
We would like to thank all of you for your participation, comments, and responses. It has been great to share the journey with you and your fellow learners as we explored the relationship between food and our minds, brain and bodies. We hope that you enjoyed your time learning with us and achieved your learning objectives.

How did the course go?

We’d love to hear about the things you enjoyed or if there was anything you were hoping to get out of the course that was not covered. This helps us make improvements for the next edition of this course.
So please do share your learning experience with us by commenting or leaving us a short review on FutureLearn!

Are you interested in learning more?

If you’ve enjoyed this EIT Food course, you may like to join us on Improving Food Production with Agricultural Technology and Plant Biotechnology that starts on 31/08. Alternatively, check out our full list of EIT Food courses here.
You can also expand your knowledge through exploring our myth busting content over at Food Unfolded, which creates and shares content on the latest food and agricultural innovations to help you rediscover the origins of your food.
If there’s any other topics you’d love to explore in the future, share them in the comments! It’s great to gain ideas for future courses and we may be able to direct you to one of our other FutureLearn courses.
We also encourage you to listen to our weekly Food Fight Podcast. A podcast series examining the biggest challenges facing the food system, and the innovations and entrepreneurs looking to solve them. We ask the questions everyone wants answered, so this is not one to miss!
Finally, we hope you have enjoyed this course as much as we have enjoyed delivering it, and we hope we’ll meet – maybe as fellow learners – on some other course here on FutureLearn.
See you soon!
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