ENCODED REALITIES – new art exhibition featuring university research

The Centre for Systems Modelling and Quantitative Biomedicine (SMQB)’s latest art show features the work of 12 artists and 49 scientists from across University of Birmingham and opens this Friday 7th June. Visitors are invited to the launch party which kicks off at 5.45pm at Centrala gallery, Unit 4 Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, Birmingham, B5 … Continue reading “ENCODED REALITIES – new art exhibition featuring university research”

SMQB 2023-24 Artist in Residence callout live

UK artists are invited to apply for the next round of the SMQB residency programme. Artists will be paired with a research project and team of scientists at the start of the collaborative research process. Projects in this round include topics such as: The deadline to apply is June 9th. Find out more here: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/systems-modelling-and-quantitative-biomedicine/artists-in-residence/smbq-artists-in-residence-2024-2025-open-call

SMQB Artists in Residence 2023-24 kick off!

The Centre for Systems Modelling & Quantitative Biomedicine (SMQB) recently kicked off it’s its latest round of seedcorn projects which bring interdisciplinary teams together for 6 months research pilots using quantitative skills to advance biomedical challenges in a wide range of topic areas. Also joining each of the research teams were 9 SMQB Artists in … Continue reading “SMQB Artists in Residence 2023-24 kick off!”

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SMQB Artists in Residence: Open Call

The latest Artist in Residence (AIR) callout is open. This opportunity is based with the Centre for Systems Modelling & Quantitative Biomedicine (SMQB), part of the IMSR. Projects typically have a healthcare focus and involve scientists from two or more disciplines. Artists are paired with an interdisciplinary research team for a 6-month period. Further details … Continue reading “SMQB Artists in Residence: Open Call”

New #SMQBair blog from artist Karina Thompson!

The lastest SMBQ Artist in Residence (aka #SMQBair) blog is up, this time from artist Karina Thompson. Karina is a textile artist based in Birmingham and she has been exhibiting work in this medium since 1987. In her blog post, Karina describes her artistic process & the mathematical modelling research on Epilepsy, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity … Continue reading “New #SMQBair blog from artist Karina Thompson!”

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