Bayes Centre

[12/04/24] Edinburgh Science Festival Event: Ectocarpus: When Seaweed Meets Dance

A performance exploring how dance can aid seaweed research.

Ectocarpus is a brown seaweed known for the speed at which it completes its lifecycle, and it can be found across the globe. This weird and wonderful alga connects seaweed researchers and marine research institutes worldwide, including Scotland and France.

In this performance, researchers from the RSE Saltire project Geography of Collaborations explore with choreographer Brendan Le Delliou of Frichti Concept, how dance can aid our work to map and analyse global research collaboration, such as in seaweed research.

Presented by The University of Edinburgh and the Institut Français

 

Prices

£2

Age range
Suitable for Ages 12+
Running times

7.30pm | 1 Hour

Apr 12 2024 -

[12/04/24] Edinburgh Science Festival Event: Ectocarpus: When Seaweed Meets Dance

In this performance, researchers from the RSE Saltire project Geography of Collaborations explore with choreographer Brendan Le Delliou of Frichti Concept, how dance can aid our work to map and analyse global research collaboration, such as in seaweed research.

The Bayes Centre