Update on progress on the Meadow Match project, aiming to make more wildflower meadows. Research and planning stages for how a system can be built to allow the project to scale nationally.
This post is all about our Flamm project we ran with Cornwall Neighbourhoods for Change. The ultimate aim of the project was to try looking at technology by starting with the soil.
As part of our contribution to the BlueAdapt project, we've written a mini handbook on how to develop decision support tools for climate and environmental purposes.
A research phase was required for Organised Atoms before planning our field trip and workshop, as a lot of the technology we are using is obsolete, and the information difficult to find.
Work by Francesca Willow for their Social Microbes residency - a celebration of the complex networks and interactions between microbes and plants that happens beneath our feet.
The call is open for a paid two-week research residency as part of our Algorithmic Pattern project, submit your idea for contributing to this theme around heritage or contemporary patterning technology.
We're really excited to have received a Flamm commission for a brand new project that is all about grounded approaches to exploring technology.
Lots of data on different geographic areas in Great Britain, showing whether they are considered coastal or not. For anyone to use however they like.
Work by Hattie Porter for their Social Microbes residency - a discussion of the body of research looking at the links between autism and gut microbiota.
Khipu are a central part of contemporary Andean culture, and we have to be aware of the political challenges and opportunities of working with them.
We'd love you to join us for Hattie's final exhibition on gut microbes and autism research. The exhibition is free, 20-24 June at the Fish Factory in Penryn, with an open event 6-8pm on the 20 June.
Computer Science student Saachi Kaup has been awarded funding from the Haskell foundation to join us for the summer, writing open source software for representing Mandala patterns.
If you're autistic and interested in research on autism, we'd love to have your input into a resident's project.
Results from George Brock's MSc placement working with our air pollution sensors, including a new user guide, community testing, and open data visualisation.
We're excited to host Kate Sicchio as our second Algorithmic Pattern resident in our Sheffield studio during April 2023. Kate is a choreographer and technologist, well known for her work in algorithmic choreography and live coding, through a wide range of interdisciplinary collaborations. She will be joining us from Richmond US, where she is assistant professor of dance and media technologies in the department of Dance + Choreography, and an …
We're excited to welcome textile/sound artist, technologist and doctoral researcher Paola Torres Núñez del Prado as the first resident in our lab in Sheffield next week, exploring patterns in Andean culture including the Khipu, and its potential for/as contemporary technology.
New things we've added to the climate tool over the last few months, stumbling blocks, and future plans.
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