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This area is for those who are interested in discussing issues related to art-sci humanitarian projects in general and specifically working in a simulation lab network on sustainable development worldwide.

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WHAT IS THE INDEX ?
Collaboration is rapidly becoming the hallmark of the 21st century. The ArtSci INDEX is a user friendly, online research tool with searchable database and special matching function designed to assist individuals around the world in finding appropriate collaborators for projects of mutual interest.

WHO PARTICIPATES ?
From biologists, technologists, mathematical physicists, and psychologists to playwrights, visual artists, dancers, and musicians. Read feedback from our trial year about projects people were seeking, or expertise they were offering.

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The ArtSci INDEX has been made possible through the generous support of seed money from the Rockefeller Foundation and finishing funds from AT&T.

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ArtSci PROJECT

SWISS AIL PROGRAM

Artists in Labs (AIL) is a new research program that invites artists from around the world to collaborate with scientists in nine of Switzerland's top science research labs. The program's mission is to build bridges between art and science through innovative, interpretive and original conceptual ideas, including the ability to communicate creative ideas, processes and methodologies.

Read about the art-sci research projects which begin summer 2004. AIL Program


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