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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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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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HAY FESTIVAL 2015~ MEMORY & MENTAL TIME TRAVEL~ BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY

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The Captured Thought SPOON Lecture at Queen Mary, University of London.

We had a joyous time delivering our lecture~ and had much fun afterwards  discussing notions of time, space, mental processing and linguistics with Prof. Geraint A. Wiggins and Prof. David Adger, amongst many others. It was a very memorable day … Continue reading

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A Pleasant Little Summer Afternoon Mystery~ Imagine the conversation, as we leisurely punt down the Cam.

We recently received these post cards in our office at Cambridge~ and have been unable to work out who has sent them to us. The cards are lovely and the graphic script in which they are written effusive and glorious~ … Continue reading

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The Captured Thought in Bruxelles.

  We were invited by Lea Gaultier and Fleur Courtois to give a series of lectures and demonstrations about ‘Conversations without Words’ at the Institute of Art and Choreography.

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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 Queen Mary, University of London Lecture… from The Captured Thought

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The HAY Festival 2015 is nearly here

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