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By popular request~ Nicky Clayton’s reading from ‘Private Passions’.

Prof. Nicky Clayton’s chosen extract taken from ‘The Moustachio Quartet~ Count Zapik’, by Clive Wilkins, which she read during her BBC Radio ‘Private Passions’ programme, is set out below. There are three books in the quartet currently in print, available from … Continue reading

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SCI~SOC. Cambridge Science Society

Nicky Clayton [Prof. of Comparative Cognition] and Clive Wilkins [Artist in Residence] in the Dept. of Psychology, University of Cambridge are talking on 14th March 2014. 7.00-8.15pm. Captured Thoughts: The Collaborations of an Artist and a Scientist. Dept. of Pharmacology … Continue reading

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Cambridge Science Festival. 15th March 2014.

The Captured Thought Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge  Words are not the only way in which we capture thoughts. This is no more evident than in a dance partnership, where two people need to … Continue reading

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14th March 2014. Cambridge University, Science Society. 7pm.

  Captured Thoughts. A discussion of how a scientist and an artist build a collaboration that explores and develops the subjective experience of thinking… and why we spend so much of our time engaged in mental time travel, in transit … Continue reading

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TED Oxbridge 2013- The Captured Thought

The Captured Thought TED Oxbridge Talk 2013 is now online and available: http://youtu.be/-iavquY2OFo

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TEDx Oxbridge~ ‘Conversations without Words’ Lecture

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