Can science explain what makes good design? Are designers and scientists really that different? Or are they both just explorers searching for truth in different ways?
Paintbrushes meet pipettes and sewing machines meet slide rules, in a live podcast featuring a panel of of experts that span the intersections of science, design, art and expression. The panel will take us on an irreverent ‘reveal-all’ journey through the pitfalls and passions of life as explorers and innovators.
Following on from the popular ‘Life Vs Science’ event during the Sydney Science Festival, In Situ Science returns to the Camelot Lounge to bring you ‘Science Meets Design’ during the Sydney Design Festival. Featuring Tom Gordon (University of Sydney), Laura Jade (BrainLight), Chris Reid (Macquarie University), Wendy Davis (University of Sydney) and James O’Hanlon (University of New England), this live podcast will explore the intersections of Design, Science and Art, exploring the shared goals of pure creativity and data driven research.
The event will be recorded live and released as a podcast for In Situ Science. Food and drink will be available at the Camelot Lounge on the night.
Tickets are only $5.50 online!