To The Guardian David Eagleman is “a little bit of a genius”, to The Times he’s “the hottest thing in neuroscience”. He’s an adjunct professor at Stanford University, director of the Centre of Science and Law; co-founder of NeoSensory (a brainy outfit which “creates novel sensory experiences”), and The New York Times bestselling author of non-fiction titles Incognito, The Brain, and The Runaway Species. He has also presented a groundbreaking BBC series on the brain and written the short fiction collection Sum. The busy Eagleman speaks with Toby Manhire on the contents of our heads, and just what makes us human.
Supported by The Creative Thinking Project.