Michael Graziano is a neuroscientist, novelist and composer. He is a professor of neuroscience at Princeton University. His latest book is Consciousness and the Social Brain.
An inconvenient child
My six-year-old son was suspended as a danger to others. His crime? A disability you could find in any classroom
The question is not whether we can upload our brains onto a computer, but what will become of us when we do
How the light gets out
Consciousness is the ‘hard problem’, the one that confounds science and philosophy. Has a new theory cracked it?