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Interdisciplinary Design: Debates and Seminars

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Managed by the Crucible network for research in interdisciplinary design (, this occasional series provides a platform for visiting speakers who are eminent in the field of design research. Meetings generally focus on the role of the design as a means of engagement between the university and external business and social issues. Large debates usually have an audience of about 50-60, and feature a response from a senior figure in the Cambridge technology establishment before open discussion. Smaller meetings focus on specific themes or opportunities, and generally involve round-table discussion.

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