Monthly Archives: February 2016

Outtake of the photoshoot at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.

The cast of players to make this happen were; Lucy Theobald [Fitzwilliam Museum], Nick Saffell and  Craig Brieley, [Cambridge University, Office of External Affairs and Communications] and Aldona Steponaviciute [Dept. of Marketing and Communictions, Kaunas, Lithuania]. As well as Nicky Clayton … Continue reading

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Nicolas Jackson of AFONICA at Clare College, Cambridge~ for the McFarlane-Grieve Feast~ with The Captured Thought

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The Captured Thought at The Royal Society ‘Science meets the Media party’

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States of Mind~ Wellcome Collection Private View. 3rd February 2016

From left to right. Sir Prof. Colin Blakemore F.R.S., Prof. John O’Keefe, Nobel Laureate F.R.S., Prof. Barry Smith, Prof. Anil Seth, Clive Wilkins Artist in Residence, Prof. Nicky Clayton F.R.S.,  and Prof. Richard Morris F.R.S. Clive Wilkins and Nicky Clayton … Continue reading

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STATES of MIND~ at the Wellcome Trust. Second part of the year long exhibition starts with the private view this evening.

Follow the link to find out more. http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2016/feb/03/to-oblivion-and-beyond-art-and-science-at-the-edge-of-consciousness You might also listen to this account of the mystery of consciousness http://www.theguardian.com/news/audio/2015/jan/30/podcast-consciousness-burkeman-audio Oliver Burkeman investigates the battle between philosophy … http://www.theguardian.com Why can’t the world’s greatest minds solve the mystery of … Continue reading

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Crows: The tail-pulling, food-stealing bird prodigies Playful behavior could give clues about why they’re so smart.

Follow the link for a fascinating article and cool video. http://arstechnica.com/science/2016/01/crows-the-tail-pulling-food-stealing-bird-prodigies/

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