We shot these interviews during a scientific meeting convened by the Mind Science Foundation in July 2012. The idea behind the meeting was to gather brilliant neuroscientists working on the questions of how the wet matter of the brain produces our subjective sense of consciousness. Coming from around the world, and working in an intimate setting, they had the opportunity to share deeply about their work - something that doesn't happen in large conference settings. We looked at the state of the field - defined some "next steps" and brainstormed about how to translate the complexities of the scientific process to non-scientists.
These interviews were focused on why it's crucial to understand the neural mechanisms that create our subjective experience of the world. Hope you enjoy!