Conversation as a dance

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Bill Gladstone sends an article, The Incredible Things We Do in Conversations. It triggers ideas for our collaboration – to draw under water and to learn more from him about what he sees going on in the sea. The story … Continue reading

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interpretive dance on tropoelastin

Dance is recognised as a powerful way to convey scientific understanding. University of Sydney’s Pearl Lee has won the biology category of the 2015 Dance your PhD competition with an interpretive dance on tropoelastin.

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Seagrass choreography

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Imagine a dancer responding to forms and movement patterns in a sea grass meadow, and tracings of her gestures combined with cinematography of a scientist with a 3D camera, moving through that habitat.

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Dharmae combes knowledge systems

Dharmae is a ‘Data Hub of Australian Research on Marine and Aquatic Ecocultures’ that brings together multi-disciplinary research data relating to water.

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New and ancient expressions

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Some scientists say they process information best through text alone. But not everyone processes information this way. To the visually oriented, words are a distraction. We see before we speak, and hear before we understand. An overlay of words helps … Continue reading

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Knell

Choreographer Barbara Cuckson writes, Dear Lisa Music is Bizet, from the Opera “L’Arlesiene” Intermezzo. (Agnus Dei) When I first heard the music, I felt that it represents the breathing that is life itself, with its continuous and powerful pattern, and … Continue reading

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Track Changes

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  Dear Lisa I like your idea of extending your previous research into something new, rather than going over the same ground. You might consider rethinking your research question to make it more compelling, constructive, and less woolly. Alarms should … Continue reading

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Living Data for UTS Open Day

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How the Rainbow Colour Map Misleads

Scientist Charlotte Robinson sends this article on how the rainbow colour map misleads and how you only see colour maps you can name. At an exhibition of art inspired by objects in a natural science museum, I note what is … Continue reading

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Coral on the edge

Associate Professor David Suggett explains.

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