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Art and Science - Funding, Theories and Careers

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The Crucible network was established in 2001 to facilitate collaboration between technologists and arts, humanities and social science researchers. Several Cambridge projects since then have been funded to pursue art-science collaboration. How are such projects funded, what research results do they produce, and what kind of career path is available to academics who engage in this kind of work? An open discussion will be introduced by Professor Simon Biggs (Art and Design, Sheffield Hallam University), Dr James Leach (Social Anthropology, Cambridge) and Dr Alan Blackwell (Computer Laboratory, Cambridge).

This talk is part of the Interdisciplinary Design: Debates and Seminars series.

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