In the day to day of science, Cibele Falkenberg described one version of scientific improvisation that she came upon as she prepared her ‘research in progress’ talk for the Center for Cell Analysis and Modeling at University of Connecticut Health Center. “Yes, and” is one of the main principles and practices of improvisation.

Performing science looks at what we commonly call “doing science as a cultural process.” An understanding of performing science is emergent. It is dependent on the increasingly explicit discussion and practice of performance and science.

Michael Blinov, Les Loew, Sofya Borinskaya and myself from the Center for Cell Analysis and Modeling at University of Connecticut Health Center as well as Huaiyu Mi, University of Southern California led 24 faculty and students through mathematical modeling of reaction-diffusion systems.

How is a symposium an improv science event? The New England Undergraduate Computing Symposium (NEUCS) is a cultural activity that is changing the experience of computing for undergraduates.

Postponed, new dates to be announced.

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