Stuart Mason Dambrot is an interdisciplinary synthesist, futurist and science communicator. He analyzes deep-structure conceptual and neural connections between multiple areas of knowledge and creativity, and monitors and extrapolates convergent and emergent trends in a wide range of research activities. Stuart is also the creator and host of Critical Thought | TV, an online discussion channel featuring in-depth conversations with transformative individuals in the sciences, arts and humanities. As an invited speaker and panelist, he has given talks on Exocortical Cognition, Emergent Technologies, Synthetic Biology, Transhumanism, Philosophy of Mind, Post-Scarcity Economics, Sociopolitical Futures, and other topics at New York Academy of Sciences, Cooper-Union, World Technology Summit, Left Forum, Science House, Singularity NYC, New York Future Salon, and additional venues.

Stuart covers breaking peer-reviewed research and key science events as a Contributing Author for (physical and social science), Medical Xpress (biological and medical science) and The Santa Fe Institute (complexity theory research); reviews patents for innovation competitions in the US and Europe;  has recently published The Zeitgeist of Change, a chapter addressing the evolutionary neurobiology in political systems, in Anticipating Tomorrow’s Politics; and discusses a wide range of science and science-related topics on Critical Thought. As an author, correspondent and columnist he has contributed to Nature, Nature Biotechnology, Science, New Scientist, Scientific American, IEEE Spectrum, Photonics Spectra, Chemical Week, Electronics, Electronic Engineering Times, The Briefing, Columbia University 21stC, Integrated Systems Design, PC AI, Financial Times, Economist, International Herald Tribune, Japan Times, 01 Informatique, InfoWorld, Managing Automation, Asian Venture Capital Journal, and other journals and publications.

Stuart has a diverse background in Physiological Psychology, integrating Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks, Complexity Theory, Epistemology, Ethics, and Philosophy of Science. His memberships and affiliations include American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York Academy of Sciences, Lifeboat Foundation Advisory Board, Center for Inquiry, New York Futurist Society, Linnaean Society National Association of Science Writers, Science Writers in New York, and Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan.

Stuart lives in New York City and has extensive experience in Japan and Europe.


American Chemical Society
Asian Venture Capital Journal
Central Office
Columbia University
Columbia 21stC
Electronic Engineering Times
Electronic World News
Financial Times
IEEE Spectrum
H+ Magazine
International Herald Tribune
Integrated Systems Design
Japan Times
Managing Automation
Medical Xpress
Nature Biotechnology
New Scientist
PC Week
Photonics Spectra
Santa Fe Institute
Scientific American
The Briefing

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