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2014 Science Festival: City Art Centre Exhibition

5 – 20 April 2014 City Art Centre, Edinburgh ASCUS is once again curating an exhibition at the EISF flagship venue the City Art Centre. This Ascus curated project aimed to investigate and illustrate, in quite raw terms, how an artist responds and is inspired by scientific research. To do this, ASCUS created teams of artists to work with specific …

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TEDx University of Glasgow

Saturday 15 March 2014 University of Glasgow, Glasgow ASCUS provides some entertainment at the very first TEDx University of Glasgow. With the theme of connectivity, ASCUS was invited to participate with a presentation stand. ASCUS Chamberlain Lab Micro-Residency artists Charlie Knox, Dave House and Aaron Jeffrey were at the ASCUS stand showing their artwork and demonstrating their sonic art software.

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TEDx University of Edinburgh: ASCUS Art and Science Salon

Friday 21 February 2014 Pleasance, University of Edinburgh TEDx University of Edinburgh: Thinking in Abundance. The ASCUS Art and Science Salon was an opportunity to share and connect with other members of the University interested in the art science intersection. The Salon was an informal environment with spaces for each art science activity to showcase their work and engage in …

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ASCUS Micro-Residency: Chamberlain Lab

The ASCUS Micro-Residency will give ten artists access to research labs at the University of Strathclyde in February and March 2014. The artists selected will spend four days working closely with research scientists and learn about their work on Huntington’s Disease by observing and recreating experiments in the lab. The art work created as part of the residency will be …

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Genetics and Archives: inspiring new art

Wednesday 30 October 2013,  6.00 – 7.30 pm Summerhall, Summerhall Place, Edinburgh, EH9 1PL   ‘Towards Dolly: Edinburgh, Roslin and the Birth of Modern Genetics’ is based within Edinburgh University Library’s  Centre for Research Collections and is generously funded by the Wellcome Trust’s Research Resources in Medical History grants scheme. The project archivist, Clare Button, and rare books cataloguer, Kristy …

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TEDx University of Edinburgh

Wednesday 12 June 2013 Inspace, University of Edinburgh In parallel with the TED Global conference, also happening in Edinburgh, the TEDx University of Edinburgh team hosted a whole day of live streamed talks from the Global conference. ASCUS was there throughout the day getting people to collaborate and engage with the talks through our [E]laborate poetry workshop TEDx special. Images, …

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