New microscope captures motion and field depth

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Live specimens collected yesterday from Darling Harbour are photographed by a Nikon Eclipse Inverted Microscope system recently acquired by the UTS School of Environment. This system is good for capturing behaviours of fresh and salt water microorganisms, including their photosynthetic … Continue reading

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What’s in a drop of ocean?

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Assessing the impacts of our work

How to assess the impacts of the ‘Evolving Conversations’ exhibition is a question we considered early in our planning. The exhibition reflects different ways we understand, through the creative processes of art and science, anthropogenic climate change impacts on living … Continue reading

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Exhibit changeovers

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Marine Life. Photos by Professor Bill Gladstone, Head of School of Environment, UTS Faculty of Science. 2014-09-13 Nature’s Ink. Photos by Simona Galimberti, Administrative Assistant at the Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF). 2014-10-08 L-R: Anita Marosszeky, Living Data Designer/Curator/Associate Fellow, … Continue reading

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Commune

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Under Maoist rule, people’s identities were defined by the groups they belonged to, from family to commune to artists’ associations … tensions between individual and group, community and nation, collectivist past and chaotic present [are exhibited in the exhibition 'Commune']. … Continue reading

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Symphony of Science

Thanks Bill for the link to Symphony of Science: http://symphonyofscience.com/videos.html

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Window Dresser’s Arms

Thanks to Therese Trouserzoff the Cephalopod graces the Window Dresser’s Arms, Pig & Whistle Pub: http://pigsarms.com.au/2014/09/24/cephalopod-human/comment-page-1/#comment-107597

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Teresa Posyniak

Thank you Eveline Kolijn for alerting us to Teresa Posyniak, another artist responding to climate change:   http://artistsandclimatechange.com/2014/08/27/teresa-posyniaks-beautiful-losers/

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Why collaborate?

  Abstract for publication The historically recent separation between the art and science of understanding has until now been accepted as normal, just as scientists have regarded artists as illustrators and not contributors to understanding. Today as more artists collaborate … Continue reading

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Climate reduced to numbers

Climate has been reduced to numbers, easy to understand, and yet easy to ignore. Until we as ocean advocates can make the case that climate itself is a function of the ocean, along with its impact on fresh water, energy, … Continue reading

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