Lab Workshops

Xeno-Genes Workshop at ArcInTex 2018

Xeno-Genes Workshop at ArcInTex 2018 13:00-16:00, Saturday 10th April 2018 As part of this year’s ArcInTex event, ECA PhD students Patricia Wu Wu and Asad Khan will be organising a workshop on “Xeno-Genes”. The workshop will involve a hands on experimentation at ASCUS Lab where participants will dive into the weird and wonderful world of non-human ecologies. We will explore …

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The Art of Tissue Engineering

At ASCUS we are delighted to welcome renowned bio artist Oron Catts from SymbioticA, the first research laboratory of its kind enabling artists and researchers to engage in wet biology practices, to ASCUS Lab this month! Image credit: semi-living steak by Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr, 2003 The Art of Tissue Engineering 5:00-9:00pm, Thursday 22nd Mar 2018 The idea of …

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ASCUS at the 2018 Science Festival

30th March – 15th April Synthetica Launch Special Event: 7pm-9pm, Fri 30th March In partnership with the Edinburgh International Science Festival we would like to announce this year’s programme and with that, invite you to explore with us this year what it means to be alive through art and science! Over the last few years we have been working with …

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Model Organisms & Making Mutants

On Saturday 24th of March we are delighted to be joined again in ASCUS Lab by cardiovascular science PhD researchers Rebecca Wafer, Teodora Aldea and Emmanouil Solomonidis, who will share different aspects of their research at the The British Heart Foundation Centre of Research Excellence at the University of Edinburgh. Model Organisms & Making Mutants 4pm-7pm, Sat 24th Mar 2018 …

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Moving Microbes – The Art and Science of Public Engagement

Are you a researcher interested in sharing your research with non-scientists? Are you a PhD, post-doc or PI that’s never done public engagement before or are you wanting to get more experience sharing and reframing your research to new and different audiences? At ASCUS we have 10 years of experience working with artists and scientists at different stages of their …

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ASCUS at the Festival of Creative Learning 2018

The Festival of Creative Learning (FCL) is a year-long festival focusing on creative learning and innovation at The University of Edinburgh, culminating in a curated programme of events every February. We are delighted to open up the doors of ASCUS Lab again for this year’s FCL week long programme of curated events and activities taking place next month (19th – …

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Window into the Earth

ASCUS Art & Science is excited to be hosting multiple workshops throughout The Festival of Creative Learning as we invite you to our open lab where you can learn about the microscopic world around you and the impact it has on everyday life! The Festival of Creative Learning is a year-long festival focusing on creative learning and innovation at the …

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Soil: Exploring Tiny Things

ASCUS Art & Science is excited to be hosting multiple workshops throughout The Festival of Creative Learning as we invite you to our open lab where you can learn about the microscopic world around you and the impact it has on everyday life! The Festival of Creative Learning is a year-long festival focusing on creative learning and innovation at the …

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Soil: What is Crawling Underneath

ASCUS Art & Science is excited to be hosting multiple workshops throughout The Festival of Creative Learning as we invite you to our open lab where you can learn about the microscopic world around you and the impact it has on everyday life! The Festival of Creative Learning is a year-long festival focusing on creative learning and innovation at the …

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The Heart Explored: Form & Function

On Saturday 27th of January we are delighted to be joined again in ASCUS Lab by cardiovascular science PhD researchers Rebecca Wafer, Teodora Aldea and Emmanouil Solomonidis, who will share different aspects of their research at the The British Heart Foundation Centre of Research Excellence at the University of Edinburgh. The Heart Explored: Form & Function 4pm-7pm, Sat 27th Jan …

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