‘If you never fail, you're not being stretched’: Embracing the art of the possible, with scientist Susan Greenfield
Yvette Francino Interviews Baroness Susan Greenfield - Plasticity and the future of Alzheimer's
"Don't become a scientist for status, don't do it impress people, don't do it to get rich. Only do it if the work itself is something that you find irresistible, because you'll have to work long hours for little money and no security. You have to have a real passion for it."
Susan was the guest on Careers in Discovery as they explored her journey from classicist to scientist to CEO, the unique challenges still faced by female scientists in academia and Biotech, and why resilience & determination are key qualities to develop.
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‘It is the female scientists, technicians and mathematicians who have proved vital to the global efforts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic’
By Baroness Susan Greenfield
Read Baroness Greenfield’s recent interview with The Sun who are celebrating International Women’s Day by hailing heroines who helped Britain beat Covid.
Epistemology is the study of how we know what we know – the theory of knowledge. But in the 21st century the objective basis of knowledge has been challenged as never before. In this FRDH special, Baroness Greenfield, Oxford University neuroscientist talks to FRDH host Michael Goldfarb about 21st century epistemology.
How can people recognize what is factual truth when bombarded all day long by online falsehoods that seem like facts?
What happens when the usual processes by which learning take place are amped up and corrupted by a million lies a minute on Twitter?
Global NIVEA research reveals: human touch is seen as key to happiness and health. Yet, proven health benefits of physical touch are largely unknown.
“Neuroscientist Susan Greenfield’s latest book “Mind Change” reveals how digital technologies are leaving their mark on our brains. We talked to her about physical touch, neurochemistry, and the mental development of our kids.”
Check out NIVEA Global Report 2020: The State of Human Touch - Benefits, Barriers and Solutions
Baroness Greenfield shares her views on the essence of a good leadership, influences in her life that helped to prepare her and advice for aspiring leaders!
The Matt Brown Show: Each of us has a unique, subjective inner world, one that we can never share directly with anyone else. But how do our physical brains actually give rise to this rich and varied experience of consciousness? In this ground-breaking episode, internationally acclaimed neuroscientist Susan Greenfield brings together a series of astonishing new, empirically-based insights into consciousness as she traces a single day in the life of your brain. Greenfield explores how our daily experiences are translated into a tangle of cells, molecules, and chemical blips, thereby probing the enduring mystery of how our brains create our individual selves.
Constraints can feel very... limiting. But experts believe they can actually be helpful for creativity - up to a point!
Take a look at Baroness Greenfield talked about creativity for BBC IDEAS: How limits can boost your creativity
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