It’s time for some scientific thinking on Kaleidoscope on #DubaiToday with Suzanne Radford.
Suzanne Radford is joined in the studio by Dr Samineh Shaheem, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Leadership, Learning & Development Specialist and Keynote Speaker at Hult International Business School. Adam Griffin Senior Pediatric occupational therapist at Camali Clinic and Dubai member of Café Scientifique alongside Simon Ings, Arts & Culture editor, New Scientist. You can follow Simon on twitter
Simon Ings is an English novelist and science writer – he started his career writing science fiction stories, novels and films. He then went on to widen his brief to explore perception in his book The Eye: A Natural History a book that explores the science of vision looking at the chemistry, physics and biology of the eye. Simonc went on to write about 20th-century radical politics in The Weight of Number, The shipping system in Dead Water and augmented reality in Wolves. Simon co-founded and edited Arc magazine, a digital publication about the future, before he joined New Scientist magazine as its arts editor.
Simon’s latest non-fiction book is Stalin and the Scientists and he is also working on a new novel, The Smoke, due to published in the autumn of 2017.
This morning exploring the world of Science, sharing information, the evolving world of Science the changes and fluidity within the world of science. Exploring the misunderstandings surrounding science, questioning the accepted notions and the pursuit of truth and the perception of the mad scientist.