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Brief Published: 16 Sep 2011



DesigningScience is a new publication exploring the crossover between science and design by non-profit agency Super/Collider.

Contributors include Dr Ben Still, research associate at the Particle Physics Research Centre - Queen Mary University of London, Ollie Palmer, a British designer currently working on oil-spill-eating robots; and Patrick Stevenson-Keating, designer of desktop quantum physics machine the Quantum Parallelograph.

Super/Collider says the publication aims to initiate a dialogue between designers, scientists and science communicators about the role good design can play in conveying science to the public – and to encourage collaboration and cross-inspiration between the two communities.

DesigningScience will launch on September 17 2011 during the London Design Festival as part of Super/Collider’s regular Science Fair nights at The Book Club in London.