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Conversations in Science with Dan Rather and Eric Kandel: Neuroplasticity

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Eric Kandel won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2000 for his work on the nervous system. Here, he discusses the mind, the brain, and his journey into a life of science.This interview was filmed in 2008 for a series on the mind and the brain. This video is a collaboration between the Lasker Foundation and iBiology.

17mins

6 Jan 2021

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Conversations in Science with Dan Rather and Eric Kandel: Neuroplasticity

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Eric Kandel won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2000 for his work on the nervous system. Here, he discusses the mind, the brain, and his journey into a life of science.This interview was filmed in 2008 for a series on the mind and the brain. This video is a collaboration between the Lasker Foundation and iBiology.

17mins

6 Jan 2021

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Conversations in Science with Dan Rather and Eric Kandel: Neuroplasticity

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Eric Kandel won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2000 for his work on the nervous system. Here, he discusses the mind, the brain, and his journey into a life of science.This interview was filmed in 2008 for a series on the mind and the brain. This video is a collaboration between the Lasker Foundation and iBiology.

17mins

6 Jan 2021

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Eric Kandel and Emily Braun in Conversation

Twenty Summers

Recorded at the Hawthorne barn on August 3, 2019 by Twenty Summers. All Rights Reserved. 

1hr 5mins

24 Nov 2019

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The Unusual Brain of Dr. Eric Kandel : 538

The Human Upgrade with Dave Asprey—formerly Bulletproof Radio

Today’s guest is an Austrian-American who emigrated from Vienna to Brooklyn in 1939 at the age of 9, Dr. Eric Kandel will celebrate nearly nine decades of curiosity, study and incredible scientific discovery at his upcoming 89th birthday on November 7 (about the time this podcast will air).Dr. Kandel is a renowned neuroscientist with a psychiatric background who is considered one of the pioneers of modern brain science. His work continues to shape our understanding of how learning and memory work and to break down age-old barriers between the sciences and the arts.Dr. Kandel has been described by a colleague as: "one of the truly great intellects, ... one of the greatest scientists and greatest neuroscientists of the last 100 years.” “…[He has] this wonderful far-reaching mind that is not afraid ... to ask questions, to be integrative, to take a bold leap of imagination.”Today, Dr. Kandel tells us about his research on the biological foundations of memory and his newest book, “The Disordered Mind: What Unusual Brains Tell us About Ourselves.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

57mins

25 Oct 2018

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63. Eric Kandel (Nobel Laureate neuroscientist) - The Eye of the Beholder

Think Again – a Big Think Podcast

Since 2008, Big Think has been sharing big ideas from creative and curious minds. The Think Again podcast takes us out of our comfort zone, surprising our guests and Jason Gots, your host, with unexpected conversation starters from Big Think’s interview archives. On this week's episode: Professor Eric Kandel of Columbia University and host Jason Gotsdiscuss abstract art, memory, identity, and the nature of evil. When he was 9 years old, Eric Kandel listened on a short-wave radio his brother had made as Hitler marched into Kandel's hometown of Vienna, Austria. The next day, a non-Jewish classmate told him "Kandel, I'm never to speak to you again." In the year 2000, He won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for pioneering work on understanding how memory is stored in the brain by studying a particular type of sea snail with a relatively simple nervous system. In his recent books, he’s been pioneering in a different way––trying to bridge the gap between the “two cultures” of the sciences and the humanities. His current book Reductionism in Art and Brain Science continues this essential work by looking at the ways both modern art and science “reduce” complex phenomena down to their component parts to achieve new insights and effects.Surprise "conversation starter" interview clips in this episode:Janna Levin, Susan David, George Musser Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

41mins

10 Sep 2016

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Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel on Creativity, Brain and Learning

Creativity in Play

We'll explore the role of the unconscious mind on learning, memory, creativity and learning with neuroscientist Eric Kandel, the author of the new book, The Age of Insight: The Quest to Understand the Unconscious in Art, Mind and Brain. Kandel mixes science, medicine and art to help us better understand the the human mind and behavior. His work -- including the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2000 -- explores how the nerve cells in our brains give rise to perception, memory, emotion, empathy and creativity.

30mins

8 May 2012

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Dr. Eric Kandel with Robert Krulwich

Science & Technology

1hr 16mins

1 Aug 2008

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Eric Kandel

Design Matters with Debbie Millman Archive: 2005-2009

Nobel prize winner Eric Kandel is a psychiatrist, neuroscientist and professor of biochemistry and biophysics at Columbia University.  

57mins

25 Jan 2008

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In Search of Memory: An Interview with Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel

Science Talk

In this episode, the guest is Eric Kandel, recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine. Kandel discusses his research, his personal background and their intersection. He talks about what kinds of scientific investigation he finds most interesting and worthwhile and where he would concentrate if he were beginning his research career today. These and other subjects are also themes of his new book, In Search of Memory, and his article in the current issue (April/May) of Scientific American Mind, called The New Science of Mind. After the interview, we'll also test your knowledge about some recent science in the news.

27mins

24 May 2006