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  • AURATOR

    AURATOR is a new public engagement platform I directed (which Nadja Oertelt produced) for “real talk” about synthetic biology. AURATOR is filled with personal audio diaries from multidisciplinary leaders in the field of synthetic biology, and it invites you to speak back to their thoughts and leave your own audio diaries to evolve the discussion […]

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  • Love and Radio episode: “Doing the No No”

    I produced the latest episode of Love and Radio with the incredibly talented Brendan Baker who slayed on the sound design, structural and editing work he poured into it. BABIES//BIOETHICS//BOUNDARIES Episode summary: Adam Zaretsky is a bioartist who explores the manipulation of DNA, the fringes of genetic modification, and butts up against the ethical boundaries […]

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  • Teaching at University of Oxford

    The EPSRC and BBSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Synthetic Biology at Oxford University kindly invited me to create an afternoon workshop for their PhD students based on my own doctoral thesis that I’m writing/making at the University of Copenhagen. I gave a talk that explored issues and conflicts arising from interdisciplinary collaborations between synthetic […]

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  • Recording the sounds of Iceland

    I spent ten days in June learning about sound recording in the field with the legendary sound recordist Chris Watson (of the Dadaist group Cabaret Voltaire, a zillion wonderful BBC productions and nature docs with David Attenborough, plus so much more). Artists Jez Riley French and Finnbogi Peterssun were also advising our team. I had […]

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  • What kind of music do wolves like?

    I made a radio piece for WNYC’s Studio 360 about Laurel Braitman, an authour and historian of science who takes a delightful approach to her work, which focuses on animals and how they go mad. She discovered that music might soothe them, and began throwing concerts for animals a few years ago. Recently she arranged […]

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  • TEDx talk video – The Lab is Not Hermetically Sealed

    #synthetic biology #science communication #bio art #bio design #diy bio #story telling #critical science [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxJqJ9gTBlQ[/youtube] (If this link is broken to the player above it can be viewed here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxJqJ9gTBlQ) The Art and Science Journal wrote a review of the TEDx talk I gave at OCAD University on Jan 19, 2013, that the video is […]