2012/13 Neurons and Knowledge

Professor Colin Blakemore, University of Oxford

Professor Blakemore, a renowned vision scientist, is one of Britain’s leading scientists, who speaks and advises on a number of public issues, including chairing the Royal Society’s recent Brain Waves project, reviewing the policy implications of developments in neuroscience, including a report on Neuroscience and the Law. Colin Blakemore is a Fellow of the Royal Society, and was a previous head of the Medical Research Council. He has been a Reith Lecturer and given the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures. He has been honoured by many countries, including India and China, and has ten honorary degrees.

Colin Blakemore has been a Professor of Physiology, and then Neuroscience, at the University of Oxford since 1979. 

Part 1: Darwin's Brain

Part 2: The Unbearable Lightness of Seeing

Part 3: NeuroEverything?