Judith Armitage is a British molecular and cellular biochemist at the University of Oxford.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be another animal? Or a plant? A bacterium? Would you be conscious? Intelligent? Would you be able to sense the world around you? Communicate with others? This series addresses the diversity of experiences in animals, plants and bacteria by researchers from different disciplines. They will each discuss 3 questions that are central to their research. These could be 'big questions' that don't have an answer (yet). They will share their perspective and approach to each question and invite the audience to engage in an open discussion.
Lars Chittka is a German zoologist, ethologist and ecologist distinguished for his work on the evolution of sensory systems and cognition, using insect-flower interact
Monica Gagliano is an evolutionary ecologist.
Peter Godfrey-Smith’s main research interests are in the philosophy of biology and the philosophy of mind.