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Prof. Manu Kapur will be a keynote speaker at SALTISE Conference | June 4, 2021

The Future Learning Initiative | One thing is clear. Future advances in learning cannot be achieved by learning scientists alone. True to the original intent of the learning sciences, advances in our understandings of learning as a complex phenomenon will require interdisciplinary efforts. Prof. Kapur will discuss how, at ETH Zurich, they have embarked on […]

Rethinking Creativity Event at the World Economic Forum 2020

“What if…?” This simple, yet powerful question evokes the kind of imagination and creativity that inspires ideas, instils courage, and transforms economies. But, what is the relationship between science and creativity? During the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting 2020, ETH Zurich presented an interactive exhibition featuring five new prototypes at the interface between science and […]

The new ETH podcast is here!

In the ETH Pod­cast, Rec­tor Sarah Spring­man and Pro­fes­sor Manu Ka­pur are go­ing to talk about how they seek for tal­ented peo­ple and how tal­ents, learn­ing skills, and knowl­edge can merge.   Cur­rent Episode: How tal­ent thrives

Article in Scientific American | April 2019

Research reveals strategies for staying motivated in the face of challenges: Emmanuel Manalo, a professor of educational psychology at Kyoto University in Japan and Manu Kapur, a professor of learning sciences at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, put together a special issue of the journal ‘Thinking Skills and Creativity’ last December on benefiting […]