Iteration experiments February 2018 for The Centre of Membrane Proteins and Receptors Conference
We sat down with freelance illustrator, artist and lecturer Jo Berry to find out about her work in the field of scientific imaging, what she’s working on right now, and the technology she uses to bring her creations to life…more
Digital expolration from Advanced Imaging experiments
A series of digital montages and films were shown at the COMPARE Symposium, (Centre of Membrane Proteins and Receptors), East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham. A partnership between Nottingham University and Birmingham University.
The initial visualisations were made using scientific imagery from observed experiments at Nottingham University. It was great to be invited to show artwork produced over the last three years with the School of Life Sciences Imaging (SLIM) facility and the Cell Signalling & Pharmacology department. The idea for this research is to discover how two very different disciplines can learn from each other and to analyse how play + experimentation can offer a new understanding of the value of art and scientific collaboration.
The symposium comprised of scientists talking about their cutting-edge research with scientific posters sessions timetabled throughout the day.
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