Episode 12: On Collaboration, Collaboratively

We’re back! And what an episode we have in-store for you this time around. In episode 12 we talk about collaboration, and think about what it means to collaborate through a number of different lenses. We also have a mind-blowing Track of the Week, an on-location interview, and a quiz that also features a prize. Get stuck into that one.


Symphony of Science

Jason Donovan

Theory, on Wikipedia

Dark Matters @ the Whitworth Gallery

Armenia (the whole country)

The Johnny Cash Project

The Toaster project<

Anything else we forgot that you can find manually

About A_Wes

Artist, Academic, and Co-Host of The Saturday Arts Club

01. October 2011 by A_Wes
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  1. “A common misconception is that scientific theories are rudimentary ideas that will eventually graduate into scientific laws when enough data and evidence has been accumulated. A theory does not change into a scientific law with the accumulation of new or better evidence. A theory will always remain a theory, a law will always remain a law.”

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