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DOES ART SCIENCE COLLABORATION CONTRIBUTE IN ANY WAY TO SUCCESSFUL
I'd like to pick up on 'the creative producers of knowledge'.
A bit of speculation here:-
Due to their training the use and acquisition of knowledge is
approached in different ways by artists and scientists.
It's this difference that expands the understanding of some artists
and scientists and can but does not invariably add value to art and
One problem that may explain the absence of scientists on this site is
that the recognised outcomes are different. These are publications in
science, and virtually anything except publications in art. Most of
the work that results from collaborations between artists and
scientists result in some type of art work rather than scientific
papers. This benefits the artist but is of minor career advantage to
the scientist involved.
I'm interested in what you think.
By lizz Tuckerman
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