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CogNovo~ The Neural Basis for Creativity. This week ‘The Captured Thought’ goes to Plymouth.

Mental Time Travel and the Moustachio Quartet Nicola Clayton, Clive Wilkins, 28/04/2016 3.30 PM, Link3 Mental time travel allows us to re-visit our memories and imagine future scenarios~ that’s why memories are not only about the past, they are also prospective. … Continue reading

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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 CAPTURED THOUGHT visits ASCUS, Edinburgh~ where art meets science.

Prof. Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins (The Captured Thought), introduced by Dr. James Howie, Director of ASCUS, at Summerhall, Edinburgh. The Captured Thought was recently invited to visit and lecture at ASCUS, the Edinburgh based organisation dedicated to bridging the … Continue reading

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States of Mind~ at the WELLCOME COLLECTION.

  Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins of The Captured Thought, along with Prof. Murray Shanahan, Imperial College, London [and scientific adviser to the film Ex Machina] have been experiencing the Mist Room in the ‘State of Mind’ exhibition at the Wellcome Collection. … Continue reading

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Memory as a Shared Subjective Experience.

British Library Annual Science Event~ Memory Matters. October 30th 2015 British Library. 7.00-9.30pm. Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins will discuss memory as a shared subjective experience using evidences from science and the arts to explore the complex relationship between memory … Continue reading

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Cambridge Festival of Ideas.

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