- Sheffield University lecture. 17th December 2014. The Spoon Lecture: Relativity and Anchors in Time
- A Symposium on TIME. 1st October 2014. IMPERIAL COLLEGE, LONDON.
- The Science Museum. London + Imperial College. London. The Nature of Time.
- Tuebingen University. Memory and Consciousness~ Plasticity, Brain Rhythms and Sleep. Summer 2014.
- Madingley Hall, Institute of Continuing Education, Cambridge University. Summer Garden Party. July 2014.
- Prof. Nicky Clayton, Sir David Attenborough and Dr. Laura Kelly during recent filming for ATTENBOROUGH’S CURIOUSITIES by the BBC.
- The SUTTON TRUST Lecture. Psychology Summer School. University of Cambridge 15th July 2014
- Royal Society Summer Soiree 2014
- Clare Gala day 2014
- Con Amore~ Autobiographical Memory Conference
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A public workshop on the subject of time and its many facets.
Our first foray into a university maths dept.
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We are giving a lecture on ‘The Nature of Time’ as we experience it.
The Spoon Lecture~ Relativity and Anchors in Time.
1st October 2014
Einstein supposedly said~ Time only exists to prevent everything from happening at once. Although physical time proceeds forever forwards, mental time can travel backwards as well, indeed in every direction. Mental time travel allows us to re-visit our memories and imagine future scenarios. We make use of this process to define multiple realities; ones that define our sense of self in space and time. Our cognitive mechanisms for making sense of the world around us are aided and abetted by the patterns and ideas we use in our thinking, the way we choose to see the world around us and, importantly, the objects with which we choose to associate. We explore these ideas in the Spoon lecture.
An amazing week of world class lectures from:
Bruno Bontempi, Penny Lewis, Almut Hupbach, Rebecca Spencer, Loren Frank, Ted Abel, Yadin Dudai, Jacobo Sitt, Todd Sacktor, Cliff Abraham, Jennifer Windt, Denise Manahan-Vaughan, Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins
Madingley Hall, Institute of Continuing Education, Cambridge University. Summer Garden Party. July 2014.
A super day for a garden party. Courtesy of Dr. Rebecca Lingwood, Director of ICE lectures and Warden of Madingley Hall.