improvscience at work in play

improvscience designs and implements programs that develop scientists’ ability to communicate and collaborate with one another. Dr. Raquell Holmes discovered that building playful learning groups, expands scientists and technical professionals ability to collaborate, innovate and lead productive careers.

This video highlights work with organizations and communities that contribute to improving our science enterprise: Bioinformatics at Boston University; System Biology at Harvard University; University of Connecticut Health Center; Simon A. Levin Mathematical, Computational and Modeling Sciences Center at Arizona State University; the Cultivating Ensembles in STEM Education & Research conference organizers and participants; Broader Engagement at Supercomputing; and the people of improvscience.