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Amy O'Toole and Beau Lotto:
ボー・ロット&エイミー・オトゥール 「科学は万人のもの (子どもも含む)」

TEDGlobal 2012 · 15:25 · Filmed Jun 2012
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科学と遊びに共通するものは何でしょう? 神経科学者のボー・ロットは、(子どもも含む)すべての人が科学に取り組み、発見プロセスを通じて認識を変えるべきだと考えています。12歳のエイミー・オトゥールもこれには同意見です。彼女は25人のクラスメートと共にブラックオウトン・ミツバチ・プロジェクトを遂行し、学童による初の査読付き論文を生むことになりました。「昔々あるところに・・・」で始まる論文です。

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Neuroscientist, Artist
Beau Lotto is founder of Lottolab, a hybrid art studio and science lab. With glowing, interactive sculpture — and old-fashioned peer-reviewed research—he's illuminating the mysteries of the brain's visual system. Full bio
Student
Amy O'Toole is a 12-year-old student who helped run a science experiment inspired by Beau Lotto's participative science approach. At age 10 she became one of the youngest people ever to publish a peer-reviewed science paper. Full bio

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