Innovative Learning Week 2014

17 – 21 February 2014 University of Edinburgh Innovative Learning Week (ILW) 2014 is a week-long programme of exciting and creative events that brings together staff, students and alumni from across the University. During #ILW2014 ASCUS worked with Staff from the University of Edinburgh from Mathematics and Neuroscience. https://www.ed.ac.uk/students/academic-life/creative-learning

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EDEN3 Trees are the Language of Landscape

Thursday 16 May 2013, 4.00 – 6.00 pm Tent Gallery, Evolution House, 78 West Port, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh Collins and Goto will host an open discussion with friends and colleagues about their work and the role of art in relationship to a changing environment. The Collins & Goto Studio presents an on-going series of works with trees, including …

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Jill Scott: Co-Director – Artists in Labs

Monday 6 May 2013, 4.00 – 5.00 pm QMRI, Queens Medical Research Institute, Mary Kinross Room A talk as part of the Science and Art: Exemplars Collaborations and Interdisciplinarity talk series, brought to you by Edinburgh College of Art’s Art, Space and Nature Programme and ASCUS. Jill Scott is Co-Director of Artists in Labs and Vice Director at Z-Node PhD …

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2013 Science Festival: [E]laborate with ASCUS

ASCUS is proud to present the first ASCUS Lab in Edinburgh: [E]laborate Saturday 6 April 2013, 1.30 – 4.30 pm Tent Gallery, Evolution House, 78 West Port, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh ASCUS [E]laborate takes us back to the origins of the word laboratory, providing an opportunity to get involved with active, hands-on, art science interactions and collaborations The first …

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Malaria: An Art Science Collaboration. An Evening with Dr Deborah Robinson

Dr. Deborah Robinson Deborah Robinson is an artist who collaborates with scientists, technologists, and artists to make experimental video and sound installations. She is Associate Professor (Reader) in Contemporary Art Practice, University of Plymouth. Previous projects have included collaborations with Bath Biosciences and Biochemistry; Egenis, Exeter University; and a fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, …

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