#9 Secrets to successful career: Interview with Vice-Rector Jouko Väänänen

#8 Self-exploration in Constantly Changing Environment – Interview with Nandita Kumar

#7 How to aim for the top and other secrets for success in science: an interview with Professor Emeritus Erkki Oja

#6 How Does Music Influence Brain? Interview with Cognitive Scientist of Music Perception Mari Tervaniemi

#5 Art vs. Mathematics and How to Get Something from Nothing: An interview with Markus Rissanen

#4 How to Turn 5 Seconds a Year into Unlimited Source of Motivation: An interview with Professor Emeritus Olli Martio

#3 Art as sanity coping and how to follow your passion: An interview with Ewa Wilczynski

#2 Understanding Abstract Thinking: An Interview with Rafael Núñez

#1 How to be the Artist You Want: An Interview with Bella Volen

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