Monthly Archives: September 2012

Never stop questioning…

Guest Post by Christiana Kazakou This collaboration aroused many questions on how art and science can be integrated, and produced results that would never have existed without their interconnection. Through observing the different work processes, it is exciting to perceive

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“Incremental steps”

Sketch one: Incremental steps

Guest Post by Agnieszka Tamiola It’s only a week until the exhibition. It strikes me that much of the work involved in this project is going to be edited out. I’d like to share two of my sketches and a print

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The brain everywhere else

Guest Post by Marta Santuccio This project was born as an attempt to understand myself, and the world we live in.  It is a response to the work scientists carry out at the MRC Anatomical Neuropharmacology Unit. In some way I could

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On the right track

When investigating the electrical activity of brain cells, researchers often translate their electrical recordings into sound, because it can be easier to initially distinguish specific differences audibly than by looking at firing patterns on a screen. Artist Serena Porrati found

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The sounds of science

The overall environment of the biomedical lab was what caught Eleanor Fawcett’s attention. Aside from the archived slide boxes stacking the shelves, the lab was filled with amusing novelty. Inhabitants working industriously at their experiments, handling their pipettes and flasks, and

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