His recent research has revolved around intelligent processes in nature as they relate to foundational physics.
He is co-editor of the anthology, Consciousness and the Physical World.
His website is: http://www.tcm.phy.cam.ac.uk/~bdj10/
Here he describes various lines of investigation that point toward the role of mind-like activity in the physical world.
These include nonlocality, or entanglement, in physics; the collapse of the wave packet in physics; memory in water; the field of cymatics, or the response of water to acoustical excitation; language processing in computers; and the field of biosemiotics, or the biological processing of signs and symbols.
He also describes his interest in parapsychology as well as the social stigma attached to such interest."