Programme / Spaces for scientists - thinking, research, and collaboration An architecture for science for peace Talk by Ian Taylor‹ back to Programme lister
Wednesday / 8 nov
16:30 - 18:00
The functional and experiential characteristics of the working environment impact on the success of scientific experimentation and collaboration.
Scientific endeavour is influenced by the quality of different types of space – to enable technical research, contemplation, collaboration, and engagement to further the positive impacts of science on society.
Scientist’s comfort and well-being, as well as the technical performance of facilities, are critical factors which impact on the delivery of successful science.
In the pursuit of scientific advances which help support peace, consideration of individual, local and international social contexts take on even greater relevance for scientific collaboration and the dissemination of ideas.