The site of the Old Truman Brewery, off London’s Brick Lane, is home to galleries, a rare denim shop, Rough Trade Records, street food traders, crazy golf and plenty of bars. It’s also where you’ll find the first pop-up Wavepaths Space , which uses music to guide visitors through a drug-free psychedelic experience during their lunch hour, or for any quick respite. Brick Lane in London: an unlikely spot to find a neuroscientist at work?Credit:Visit Britain It’s the creation of neuroscientist – and Wavepaths CEO – Mendel Kaelen, who’s harnessed both the therapeutic and the commercial potential of psychedelic research, earning him profiles in Rolling Stone , Wired and GQ . While his PhD with Imperial College London examined the role of music in psychedelic therapy, such as for depression, Kaelen now develops what he calls psychedelic technologies. These use music and machine learning to offer insight to those […]