Curious Mind Presenter

Presented by

Inés Dawson

A Biologist and Oxford PhD student, Inés Dawson is a YouTuber who’s passionate about science. To discover what influence the 4 dimensions of curiosity can have on science and technology, we sent her on a trip to meet some curious minds.

Creativity in Problem Solving with Simon Clark Curious Minds
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Creativity in Problem Solving with Simon Clark

Inés discusses creativity in problem solving with atmospheric physics PhD student and fellow YouTube blogger Simon Clark. From thinking laterally to questioning our assumptions, we find out what role creativity in problem solving can play in improving education and scientific research.

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Distress Tolerance with Samuel Cunha Curious Minds
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Distress Tolerance with Samuel Cunha

Samuel is a Brazilian Biologist and Parasitologist who shares his passion for biology with thousands of fans on YouTube. In this episode Inés and Samuel discuss the topic of distress tolerance, focusing on the role engaged listening plays in making complex scientific processes accessible for wider audiences.

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Openness to other ideas with Eva Amsen & Shigang He Curious Minds
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Openness to other ideas with Eva Amsen & Shigang He

Inés discusses openness to other ideas in science and technology with writer and science communicator Dr. Eva Amsen and the Vice President of the Chinese Neuroscience Society Prof. Shigang He. Debating the pros and cons of broadening their horizons, they change perspectives to explore other ideas in science and technology.

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Inquisitiveness with Jakob Futorjanski Curious Minds
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Inquisitiveness with Jakob Futorjanski

Meet Jakob Futorjanski: The co-founder and CEO of NeuroNation, a Berlin- startup specializing in the development of solutions for scientific brain training. Inés and Jakob discuss how asking questions on a more regular basis can improve learning and our cognitive abilities.

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