Neuroscientist Dr. Kerry Spackman has a rich history of entering a new field and coming up with award winning ideas and redefining World best practice. After analysing the current best practice in data telemetry he invented a multi-milliondollar electronic system which subsequently won the NEEDA award for the Most Significant Electronic Export. In Mathematics, Kerry won the Senior Prize for Applied Mathematics - (World top 40 University). In automobile design he developed, with 3 times World Formula 1 Champion Sir Jackie Stewart, a revolutionary program to train professional test drivers, and in Formula 1 he is widely recognised as making landmark contributions in areas ranging from simulator design to driver optimisation. In Television, he wrote and presented a showcase 1 hour documentary for Discovery TV, "Speed Science" and is retained by the New Zealand Government to mentally prepare elite Olympic athletes and the world famous All Black rugby team to name but a few.