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5th July 2017. Royal Society Soirée.
9th July 2017. The Mind of the Universe- a journey along the frontiers of knowledge. Presented by Robert Dijkgraaf (director) and Leon Levy (Professor at The Institute for the Advanced Study in Princeton). The Thinker- a television programme on Dutch Television. Free to download under Creative Commons Licence. Featuring Prof. Nicky Clayton and The Captured Thought.
8th July-19th July 2017. Australian Learning Group, ALG, Mid Year Conference 2017. The Carrington, Katoomba, Blue Mountains, Sydney, Australia. The Captured Thought appear as plenary invited speakers.
23rd July-17th August 2017. The China UK Development Centre and Maxer Education Institute. A series of bi-weekly summer seminars on memory and perception from The Captured Thought. Westminster College, Clare Hall, St John’s College and Sidney Sussex College Cambridge.
29th-30th July 2017. The Ancestor’s Trail. Gloucestershire, England. The Captured Thought lecture~ Where science, art and movement meet.
7th-23rd August 2017. Cambridge International Education and Culture Centre.A series of six lectures and workshops exploring cognition, creativity and communication. To be held at Sidney Sussex and other Cambridge colleges.
16th August 2017. The Sutton Trust. Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge. Lecture and discussion. 10-11.30 am. ‘The Nature of Perception’.
31st August- 1st September 2017. The Science of Magic. Goldsmiths College, London.
20th-23rd September 2017. The Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy. ACAT-ICATA International Conference, Nottingham, England. Keynote address from The Captured Thought. Reformulation and Memory~ The stories we tell in reconstructing the past.
28th September-1st October 2017. New Scientist Live. London.
17th October 2017. Centre for Music and Science. University of Cambridge. The Seven Myths of Memory.
11th November 2017. The Myths and Mechanics of Memory. Institute of Continuing Education. Madingley, Cambridgeshire. A one day workshop.
30th November 2017. Royal Society Anniversary Day.
12th December 2017. London Mathematical Laboratory in conjunction with The Barbican. Science on Screen. Memories are made for the Future. To include a screening of Chris Marker’s ‘La Jetée’ and Jean Cocteau’s ‘The Blood of a Poet’.
10th February 2018. Magdalene College Festival, Cambridge: Science and Changes.
T.B.C. 2017-2018. The Captured Thought travels to the Orient. Nanjing University, China.
T.B.C. February 2018. University of Texas. Austin. U.S.A. ‘The Captured Thought’.
T.B.C. 2018. A lecture on memory and tango workshop for the Department of Performing Arts, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, Liverpool.