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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 Oxford Royale Academy Collaborative Learning Event (ORACLE)

 

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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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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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Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins just back from The HAY FESTIVAL 2015~ where they gave their ROYAL SOCIETY sponsored talk on MEMORY & MENTAL TIME TRAVEL~ featuring THE MOUSTACHIO QUARTET.

A view of beautiful Hay-on-Wye. The HAY FESTIVAL in action. Relaxing in the Green Room. Preparing for the lecture. The Good Energy Tent, and a big thank you to The Royal Society events team~ Tracy & David. A view from … Continue reading

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The Captured Thought at the University of Floriday~ March 2015

Nicky Clayton & Clive Wilkins Visit UF from UF College of the Arts  PRO  1 week ago In March 2015 Nicky Clayton, Professor of Comparative Cognition in the Department of Psychology at Cambridge University, and tango partner, Clive Wilkins, Writer and Artist-In-Residence … Continue reading

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The work of THE CAPTURED THOUGHT features in this month’s MAGICSEEN magazine. One of the world’s foremost MAGIC magazines.

Below is a taster of the article featuring The Captured Thought, and showcasing  ‘The Moustachio Quartet~ Count Zapik’. This book and two others in the series are now available directly from WINDontheWIRE Publishing and from Amazon.

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