The Grand Challenges is an invitation for you to be part of The Human Mind Project. Join us in identifying the ten key questions to be tackled through new interdisciplinary research.
The Grand Challenges is an invitation for you to be part of The Human Mind Project. Join us in identifying ten key questions to be tackled through new interdisciplinary research. Our Grand Challenge questions will be used to explore new opportunities for research and new styles of interdisciplinary funding. Take part in our Grand Challenges by answering the questions below.
a) ‘What important questions about the mind do you think are answered by your current research projects or programmes?’
b) ‘What new questions about the mind do you think are raised by your research results?’
Please submit your Grand Challenge questions below. Think creatively about your answers, putting aside questions of cost. We want to know where you think the future of research on the mind could take us.
The Future of Research
What is the future of research on the mind? Take a look at our range of themes above and add your thoughts to our forums.
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