The eureka moment: how scientists learn to trust their gut – podcast

The eureka moment: how scientists learn to trust their gut – podcast

The eureka moment: how scientists learn to trust their gut – podcast 150 150 icnagency

By: Presented by Kevin Fong and Nathalie Nahai, produced by Eva Krysiak and Max Sanderson, sound design by David Smith with music by Ged Flood and Chris Wood | The eureka moment: how scientists learn to trust their gut – podcast | Neuroscience | The Guardian

In the final episode of Brain waves, Dr Kevin Fong and Nathalie Nahai move from the science of emotion to the emotion of science. We learn about the years of research behind a flash of inspiration – and ask where the stereotype of the unemotional scientist came from

In our final episode, Dr Kevin Fong and Nathalie Nahai turn from the science of emotion to explore the emotion of science. Has the idea of the “cold and unemotional” scientist ever been true? Or does that hide how much subjectivity goes into research?

Continue reading…

icn-neurocience

Latest news and features from theguardian.com, the world’s leading liberal voice