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What is an experiment? 

what do we differently-mean by 'experiment? Angie B

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Thinking through Drawing: drawing in STEAM 2012 Following from last year’s interdisciplinary symposium, we are happy to announce Thinking through Drawing 2012. The event will bring together artists, educators, scientists, medical practitioners, philosophers, engineers, computer scientists, and more, to examine the uses of drawing across Science, …

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Leonardo satellite symposium, cfp 

CALL FOR PAPERS: from both scientists and artists and humanities scholars Abstract: We are pleased to announce the third Leonardo satellite symposium at NetSci2012 on Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks. The aim of the symposium is to foster cross-disciplinary research on complex systems within or with the help of arts and humanities. The symposium will …

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From Aaron Kozbelt Perceptual, cognitive, and motoric differences between artists and non-artists. Does a single explanation suffice to understand why artists CAN draw AND why non-artists CAN'T draw, or are separate explanations required for artists versus non-artists? The nature of creative thought in drawing. A dynamic approach to understanding how drawings unfold throughout the creative process. How art …

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A drawing exhibition 

This exhibition brings together a diverse range of contemporary artists' explorations of the drawing process, including traditional and non-traditional media.

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Keywords in science research 

from Ruben Coen Cagli MODEL (in science): a set of equations or algorithms that takes the same inputs used in an experiment, and outputs numbers that are similar/compatible with the experimental outcomes, or predict the outcomes of future experiments. - Descriptive model: addressing the 'what' question "what are the key variables that determine the observed …

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Challenges 

from Ruben Coen-Calgi - language: keywords mean different things in different fields; an important keyword in one field means nothing in another field - methods: applying methods from one discipline to a question that is typical of the other discipline; when is this sensible and how to avoid the criticism that you are using 'unorthodox' …

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