Posts Tagged: Science

2º different: ARTiculation of change

We are ‘far too mammalian’ to really understand the effect of a 2˚ increase in environmental temperature. We don’t innately ‘get it’, and thus are incapable of empathy with the vast majority of organisms on this planet that are ectotherms

2º different: ARTiculation of change

We are ‘far too mammalian’ to really understand the effect of a 2˚ increase in environmental temperature. We don’t innately ‘get it’, and thus are incapable of empathy with the vast majority of organisms on this planet that are ectotherms

Aesthetics of Space

Putting Yourself in Space A pilot study investigating the effect of viewing sci-art imagery of space; with Jeff & Lisa Smith (College of Education, Univ Otago) See separate page

Aesthetics of Space

Putting Yourself in Space A pilot study investigating the effect of viewing sci-art imagery of space; with Jeff & Lisa Smith (College of Education, Univ Otago) See separate page

Science & Art

See any number of projects under Current projects & Potential Projects… (and with Sean Harris and wildboarpress.com) See also Scission (my blog site for deliberating over the science-art ‘boundary’) 

Science & Art

See any number of projects under Current projects & Potential Projects… (and with Sean Harris and wildboarpress.com) See also Scission (my blog site for deliberating over the science-art ‘boundary’) 

A Sea View

In biology, there has been a prevailing paradigm of marine connectivity: the ocean connects all (particularly if you have a planktonic stage). The paradigm of high marine connectivity led to misunderstandings in population biology and marine ecology, which in turn

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A Sea View

In biology, there has been a prevailing paradigm of marine connectivity: the ocean connects all (particularly if you have a planktonic stage). The paradigm of high marine connectivity led to misunderstandings in population biology and marine ecology, which in turn

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Aesthetics & Science : Identity & Composition.

We live in a gene-focused society, still fixated on singular deterministic rationales. Whether it is what ‘classifies’ someone as indigenous to a place or what the key elements are that determine a species or a local product… components are often

Aesthetics & Science : Identity & Composition.

We live in a gene-focused society, still fixated on singular deterministic rationales. Whether it is what ‘classifies’ someone as indigenous to a place or what the key elements are that determine a species or a local product… components are often

Citizen Science & Credibility

Citizen Science A content analysis by  Mandy Hu (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) in her internship with me looks critically at the Citizen Science movement:  An increasing number of science projects worldwide involve citizens in collecting data, with the benefit of increasing sampling

Citizen Science & Credibility

Citizen Science A content analysis by  Mandy Hu (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) in her internship with me looks critically at the Citizen Science movement:  An increasing number of science projects worldwide involve citizens in collecting data, with the benefit of increasing sampling