Monthly Archives: November 2015

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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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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