Zhongnan Jia (Molly) is a PhD student of science at the University of Tasmania. One of her supervisors is So Kawaguchi, who collaborates with me to make animations that contribute to understanding krill behaviour. Molly’s animation Antarctic krill winter adventure … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 2012
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A symbiotic working relationship began when designer Gibson Radsavanh asked me to edit the written text for a children’s picture story book he was making. He asked if he could do some drawings in return. I asked him … Continue reading
APECS, the Association of Early Career Polar Scientists offers this Webinar: Making Science Animations: New Possibilities for Making Science Accesible to the Public Presented by: Mathieu Ardyna & Maxime Geoffroy, PhD Students at Laval University and Takuvik Joint International Laboratory The … Continue reading
I go to a party and meet a data mosher, a physicist who understands the process at the most technical level. He sends ‘The best example currently’: http://youtu.be/mvqakws0CeU
The idea that Earth is a whole dynamic system of which we are a part is a model well known through the work of scientists James Lovelock and Lyn Margulis. The model has been called the Gaia hypothesis. Less well … Continue reading
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Sue Anderson is an artist and originator of Lynchpin, a new project that relates to Living Data. Our projects share the common purpose of connecting scientific and aesthetic ways of understanding climate change. One of the scientists who worked with … Continue reading