The University of Westminster’s Broad Vision art/science programme was featured in The Guardian Education on 19 March.

“Even as an observer, it is difficult to leave the laboratory. The excitement of the students is catching,” says journalist Will Coldwell. “I spend my last 20 minutes drawing a picture of a cat using bacteria as ink.”

The story appeared in the print and online versions of the paper, and the website featured a picture gallery of work in progress. The results of the current experiments on the theme of ‘Data, Truth & Beauty’ will be shared at GV art gallery, 23-29 May 2013.

The Broad Vision art/science programme offers students across the university a range of opportunities for art/science collaborative research and interdisciplinary learning. Since its inception in 2010 the programme has produced exhibitions, published books and articles, and presentations at conferences, festivals and symposiums.

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