Tag Archives: malaria

Wrap-Up: Playing With Pandemics

Writing and Researching Infectious Disease Why do we like science that makes our skin crawl? We held a panel discussion on Tuesday November 25th  to explore our fascination with infectious disease. Science-fiction author, Louise Welsh, joined malaria expert Laura Pollitt, and bacterial evolution specialist Luke McNally on our panel. Louise is a Glaswegian author of six novels, her most recent …

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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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