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Forget spaceships, washing machines and fridges are where stories of the revolutionary possibilities of innovation lie. Alice Bell
Digital art has been around for over 50 years, arts patronage much longer. But when Google excitedly launches its new code art, do we loose a space for critique?Georgina Voss
In the debate about Britain’s membership of the EU, we shouldn’t forget science. Here, Mike Galsworthy argues that Europe offers clear benefits for science and innovation.
Learning to code is not the problem, the principles this new scheme embodies might be. As with any science and technology education project, we must recognise the politics so we might steer them wisely. Georgina Voss
Firms like Shell can and should collaborate with taxpayer funded researchers. But no single organisation should be granted privileged access to the processes by which priorities for public research funding are set, argues Kieron FlanaganKieron Flanagan
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