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This work is the collaboration with Artist Neus Torres Tamarit for Royal Society.

This is an example of an Interdisciplinary Collaboration Wheel, introduced in 2020 by the Henry Goodbye foundation for Collaborative Research. The Wheels were designed to facilitate the collaboration between scientists across disciplines and with other professionals with the aim of binging diverse thinking into scientific research. They were bourne out of a frustration with the perceived narrow outlooks incentivised by existing frameworks. The year this model was introduced, 15% of each funding grant was reserved for a special collaboration between two randomly assigned diciplines on the topic in question.

Finding more information with the link following: https://royalsociety.org/topics-policy/projects/research-culture/changing-expectations/museum-of-extraordinary-objects/ 

http://blogs.arts.ac.uk/csm/2018/03/07/the-museum-of-extraordinary-objects/

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