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LATEST NEWS: Nano Novels exhibited at a BioCentre event on nanotechnology at the House of Lords on 28th February 2011

Nano Novels at the House of Lords Feb 2011 Nano Novels at the House of Lords Feb 2011

In Particular shortlisted for an Arts&Business Award!

Julie Freeman is currently artist-in-residence at the Microsystems and Nanotechnology Centre at Cranfield University, working with, amongst others, Professor Jeremy Ramsden whose group is researching self-assembled nanotextures to be used for stem cell sorting and the detection of pathogens. Click here for details of exhibitions.

The residency will run until late 2010 allowing time for me to develop work that aims to increase public understanding of self-assembly and organising processes at the nanoscale, and the potential impact of these on biomedical science as well as hopefully stimulating debate about the social consequences of this work.

The residency is being co-ordinated by Happen and is partly supported by a Wellcome Trust Arts Award.

Julie Freeman will be talking at Zoe Papadopoulou and Cathrine Kramer’s excellent nano project at the RCA:  http://www.thecloudproject.co.uk/

The image compilation below is from Nano Novels – 16 graphic art and stereo literature works by Freeman and Prof. Ramsden. Read them here.

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