Consciousness: how can we solve the greatest mystery in science?

“Scientific advances have sent people to the Moon and to the greatest depths of the ocean. We’ve split the atom and created computers that can defeat a chess grandmaster. And yet science still can’t explain arguably the most fundamental aspect of existence – our subjective experience of existence. Our consciousness.”

In a new article in Science Focus, entitled “Consciousness: How can we solve the greatest mystery in science?” Sheffield’s very own Dr Keith Frankish discusses the difficulty of testing the subjective properties of consciousness.

You can find the whole article here.