The sessions of improvscience create a context (a stage) in which we can develop our skills working in a group, listening, and directing. In improvscience workshops, we get up to work.
The improv workshops for scientists are a regular offering of improvscience. The goal is to provide scientists with the skills and resources to collectively improv(e) science.
improvscience teaches people how to take risk, listen, build as a group and discover things together. On June 23rd and 28th, I'll be offering an introductory workshops for a general audience in the beautiful wine country. Yes, Sonoma County. Want to come?
XSEDE has a strong investment in developing future computing scientists and has a great Student Program planned. On Wednesday, July 24th, 50 highschool students and undergraduates interested in computing will be introduced to peers and senior students who are already engaged in computing...
The Computational Cell Biology meeting held at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories brings together researchers who work at the cross-sections of physics, mathematics, computational sciences and cell biology. One is as likely to see experimental methods for live cell imaging as theoretical papers on mathematical forms for creating basic network regulatory patterns.
Join improvscience on Monday, December 17th at 7:15 p.m. in Downtown San Francisco for "Can Science Improvise? Exploring what the improvisational arts bring to science."
November 16, 2012. Communication of Science, Systems Biology Program, Harvard University. Once professional presentation slides are created and the talk outlined or scripted, what do you do? You perform.