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Neuro-Art

Last week I was at the Neuro-Art conference hosted by Plymouth University. A fascinating crossover of science, biology, art and technology: using live brain cells to make music, control a […]
Neuro-Art

Warp and weave

Now completing the molecular models for the Clay10 project. What has surprised me working with such a supposedly rigid modelling system is just how flexible it becomes as it grows, […]
Warp and weave

Live interval

‘Birds that feed on fish; their excrement will form the beginning of an oasis in which human beings can live, until the next stream of lava smothers it all.’ Manfred […]

Looking through others’ eyes

I am giving a talk at Plymouth University tomorrow, entitled ‘Looking through others’ eyes’. Thinking about the breast screening unit at Derriford, and how the consultant there sees so much […]

Dancing with Quartz

I’m working on an atomic model for quartz at the moment. It is one of the constituents of the clay that lies beneath the hospital. Quartz has a very regular […]