Category Archives: The Royal Society

The Trip to Cordes-sur-ciel. As part of the M4 Conference.

Not all those contributing and lecturing during the conference week were able to attend the last days excursion to Cordes-sur-ciel unfortunately. The trip proved to be a delightful way to round off an intense week of exploration and analysis of … Continue reading

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The Captured Thought at the WELLCOME COLLECTION

Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins of The Captured Thought, along with Prof. Murray Shanahan, Imperial College, London have been invited to take part  in the Wellcome Collection Sixth Form Symposium; ‘Consciousness and the Arts’ on Monday 7th December 2015, 10.30-3.30 … Continue reading

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J is for JAY

See Nicky Clayton discussing aspects of her work in The Cambridge Animal Alphabet series. Follow the link  http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/features/j-is-for-jay

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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 Oxford Royale Academy Collaborative Learning Event (ORACLE)

 The Captured Thought will be at this year’s Oxford Royale Collaborative Learning Event at Oxford University~ in a series of TED style talks entitled Memory, Mental time Travel and  The Moustachio Quartet.   To find out more click on the … Continue reading

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Summer Soiree at THE ROYAL SOCIETY

The hottest day of the year~ and the highest temperatures for July since records began. The Royal Society Summer Soiree was an opportunity to see exhibitions showcasing recent innovation in science~ followed by an evening of scintillating company for all … Continue reading

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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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