CREATIVITY IN SCIENCE TEACHING
Charles Darwin House - 12 - 14 December 2016

Drawing as a way of knowing in biology

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Dr Gemma Anderson presents drawing as a way of knowing for art and science to extend the understanding of, and engagement with, the diversity of natural form. Dr Anderson focuses on how she developed this practice and explores some current research projects. 

This lecture was filmed at the Society for Experimental Biology on the 13th December 2016.