Colleagues My IMERA colleague, political anthropologist Cedric Parizot has been running a very succesful 'frontiers' project in Aix Marseille- we had a great workshop for instance which looked at how new network science affects our concepts of frontiers. They...
Researchers at Melbourne's St Vincent's Hospital is working on developing human organs by building body cells layer by layer using a 3D printer.
The team has used the 3D printer to make body cells, including muscle cells, nervous systems cells and cartilage. Professor Mark Cook, director of neurosciences at St Vincent's Hospital, said 3D body part printing was like 'bubble jet printers'.
This new research initiative targets a complex education issue of national significance regarding the ability of art and science researchers to collaborate on research endeavors. The goal of the OpenLab Network is to help change the current status by providing shared research facilities and create a network for collaborative discourse fueled by faculty and student desire.
Have a project with no resources to complete it? Assets for Artists has compiled a list of artists residency resources for your perusal. Many residencies come with a fellowship, scholarship or grant, while other programs require ...
29 November 2013: University of East Anglia, Visiting research fellowships Sainsbury Research Unit for the Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas invites applications for its visiting research fellowships.
Maraya Art Centre initiates international residency programme AME Info (press release) Maraya Art Centre, in collaboration with Dubai's Cuadro Fine Art Gallery - Dubai-based non-profit group Project Encounter and Sheikh Ibrahim Center- will be...
The D|Lab is an interactive online portal to Dance Exchange tools and methods for creativity, choreography, and collaboration. Created by Dance Exchange in association with Liz Lerman, this intersection of dance and digital media seeks to educate, engage, and illuminate.
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