NOBELini: BLIND DATA
Wednesday 10th- Thursday 11th February 2010
An exhibition of design prototypes that celebrate and communicate science
The Science Museum’s Dana Centre plays host to the results of the NOBELini scheme organised jointly by the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre and Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London. NOBELini paired 30 young scientists and designers together in May 2009 following a speed-dating event. Proposals for designs that celebrate science across four themes: stem cells, energy and recycling, synthetic and systems biology and imaging; were reviewed by an international jury in September 2009 and three winners selected.
The exhibition showcases the winning projects.
Blind Data aims to celebrate and communicate science to a broad audience. You may be unfamiliar with how recent discoveries and innovations in biology directly relate to you. We hope the exhibition will engage you in some of the most exciting areas of scientific enquiry.
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