Category Archives: Tresham Institute

The Moustachio Quartet at The Hay Festival 2018. The author Clive Wilkins talks to Prof. Nicky Clayton F.R.S.

Follow the link https://www.hayfestival.com/p-13841-clive-wilkins-talks-to-nicky-clayton.aspx  

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Torschlusspanik. A documentary on time by Agnese Abrusci and Theo Byström ~with a contribution from The Captured Thought.

Follow the link to view the film https://youtu.be/_EXGP3z9cNQ Torschlusspanik~ Last minute panic. Although in Tango dancers transcend time.

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After Nyne Arts Magazine. ‘The Science of Art’ featuring The Captured Thought

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Quiz-A-Whiz!~ from The Royal Society of Edinburgh.

Hear The Captured Thought on the Royal Society of Edinburgh’s Quiz-a-Whizz, answering three questions submitted by sixth form students across the UK. Follow the links below~ stay tuned for more episodes from Nicky and Clive in future weeks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vl1VKJE83yU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACCUftmZqAY

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The British Library Lecture~ Podcast.

Follow the link to the recording of the lecture at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERV7906cO_Q

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THE ROYAL SOCIETY of EDINBURGH~ The Science of Beauty

Prof. Nicky Clayton passing the time of day with Sir David Attenborough during the conference. Above. Speakers dinner at The Royal Society of Edinburgh.  Below. Post dinner fun~ Susan Attenborough, Sir David, Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins relax after a … Continue reading

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The Captured Thought~ North American Tour to New York and Boston~ including Convergent Minds Conference.

The tour, in addition to attending and delivering a lecture to the Convergent Minds Conference in Boston, was an opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues. We began in New York where we met Prof. Robert Lurtz, of NYU; … Continue reading

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