Wednesday 16, August 2017

News

Featured Open Session – with Guest Neuroscience Researcher Jemma Pilcher

Ever asked yourself how does your brain work? This question has been puzzling scientists for centuries and will probably continue to do so far into the future. However, there is plenty we do know about the inner workings of the brain. We know the brain is made up of different regions which connect and communicate with each other, and together …

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Artists are Present at the Annual Applied Microbiology Conference 2017

Image courtesy of the artist: Louise Mackenzie, Pithos (2016) In partnership with the Society for Applied Microbiology (SfAM), we are delighted to announce Louise Mackenize as the ASCUS Artist in Residence at the Annual Applied Microbiology Conference 2017, as part of our Artists are Present initiative. Artists are Present is an ASCUS initiative that places artists at the heart of …

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ASCUS Lab Currently Seeking Volunteers [Opportunity for SCIENTISTS]

Volunteer with us At ASCUS Lab we are currently seeking volunteers with a background in a working lab environment and in particular the biosciences, to support the delivery of our Lab Open Sessions and our Microscopy for Beginners Course. As the UK’s largest publicly accessible laboratory for experimentation in art and sicence our audiences include artists, scientists and members of …

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Biodesign Challenge 2017

Biodesign Challenge 2017! At ASCUS we are delighted to support this year’s Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh Biodesign Challenge team! Over the last couple of weeks, we have been welcoming this year’s Biodesign Challenge team’s into ASCUS Lab to do bio experimentation, from filming live experiments to capturing their results in the lab, it has been great to …

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Atopic Art Micro-Residency | Art, Science and Introductions…

Our Atopic Art Micro-Residency started out with introductions and conversations on the train as we travelled northwards across the Firth of Forth with artists Beverley Hood and Gordon Douglas for the beginning of this new residency at Professor Sara Brown’s skin genetic research laboratory, at the University of Dundee. We navigated our way across Dundee City finally reaching our destination …

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ASCUS Lab at the 2017 Science Festival

1st of April – 16th April Contemporary Connections Art Launch: 7pm-9pm, Fri 31st March CLICK HERE to register! In partnership with the Edinburgh International Science Festival we would like to announce this year’s programme and with that, invite you to Get Connected to art and science! Over the last few years we have been working with the Edinburgh International Science …

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ASCUS Lab at the Festival of Creative Learning

The Festival of Creative Learning (FCL) is a year-long festival focusing on creative learning and innovation at The University of Edinburgh and is supported by The Institute for Academic Development (IAD). Having teamed up with the University for last year’s Innovative Learning Week, we are delighted to open up the doors of ASCUS Lab again for this year’s FCL week …

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Atopic Art Micro-Residency Artists announced

We are delighted to announce that Beverley Hood and Gordon Douglas have been appointed for our new Atopic Art Micro-Residency and commission project with Prof Sara Brown. We very much look forward to working with them both over the course of the project. You can read more about both artists here   Read more here about how the Atopic Art …

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Call for Bio Makers for the 2017 Edinburgh Mini Maker Faire

Calling all bio-makers, bio-artists, bio-innovators, bio-crafters, bio-hackers, bio-creators, bio-tinkerers and DIY biologists! ASCUS Lab is hosting a Bio Makers Zone at the Edinburgh Mini Maker Faire 2017 as part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival and we are looking for people to join us! The Edinburgh Mini Maker Faire is a celebration of the diversity of human creativity and is …

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ASCUS Lab | Lab Technician (part-time)

We are delighted to announce that we are looking for a new Lab Technician to join the ASCUS Lab team. This is an exciting opportunity to join the core team of this growing organisation and to work directly on the development of the facility and delivery of our lab programme of art-science workshops and courses. ASCUS Lab is an exciting …

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