The Chimera Network runs research, training and cultural events exploring collaborations between performance, music and science.
For more details of these events, please see ‘home’ for a blog
September 2014: publication of article on the Splice Symposium and Performing Science published in Interdisciplinary Science Reviews
23 – 25 April: Performing Science: Dialogues Across Cultures. Lincoln School of Performing Arts.
6 March 2014: Bloodlines at Antwerp University Hospital as part of their 30 year anniversary celebration of doing stem cell transplants.
7 January 2014: Bloodlines at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
15 & 16 November 2013: the Splice Symposium – a two-day event celebrating and debating encounters between performance, music, science and medicine. ‘A floodgate’ – Dr Kirsten Shepherd-Barr (Oxford University)
6 November 2013: Bloodlines at the Rose Theatre Kingston
18 July 2013: Bloodlines at the Science Museum London
14-17 June 2013: Bloodlines Dance workshop at Kingston University/Moving Arts Base
May 2013: article on Bloodlines published in Nature Immunology
6 April 2013: Bloodlines presentation at the European Blood and Bone Transplant Group annual conference, London.
27 March 2013: A Chimera Long Lunch with Kirsten Shepherd-Barr, Emma Weitkamp, Shaun May and Alex Mermikides
15 March 2013: Milton Mermikides presents at the British Library’s Neuroscience of the Imagination with Vincent Walsh and others.