Category Archives: BBC Radio 3

It’s a Kind of Magic.

Harry Houdini famously claimed that no-one can be considered an accomplished magician until they have mastered the cups and balls illusion. With three upturned cups and three balls, the balls are made to perform the logic-defying feat of ‘jumping’ from … Continue reading

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Nicky Clayton at BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking at Gateshead…

in conversation on BBC Radio 3’s ‘Breakfast’ show https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tmr6 and on BBC Radio 3 10-11pm on April 23rd 2019

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Workshop on Convergent Minds. BOSTON COLLOQUIUEM FOR PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE. Boston U.S.A.

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Cambridge Festival of Ideas.

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The FOUR M Project CONFERENCE. Memory Mechanisms in Man and Machine. 22nd~27th September 2015

The conference was organised by Simon Thorpe, University of Toulouse, and a superb supportive team, including the incomparable Karine Bouyer. The event featured an array of glittering and talented scientists from all over the planet, brought together to address questions … Continue reading

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The Captured Thought and Science-Art Collaborations at the BRITISH COUNCIL.

Follow the link to the British Council Podcasts http://www.britishcouncil.org/cubed/media/science-arts-dance-birds

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The Science of Beauty~ at the Royal Society of Edinburgh 10th-12th November 2015.

The Captured Thought, [Nicky Clayton, Professor of Comparative Cognition, and Clive Wilkins, Artist in Residence, Dept. of Psychology, University of Cambridge], are contributing to the Discussion Meeting. Their lecture, Conversations without Words~ The Beauty Lecture  is to be chaired by Sir David … Continue reading

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