All scientific research involves attempts to resolve a mystery overcome an obstacle or solve a problem. This makes them stories with narrative potential. But most scientific papers lack basic story-telling mechanisms. This workshop will explore story-telling techniques and how they can be used in scientific papers while maintaining the scientific rigour required for the world’s top journals. Participants will be challenged to embark in an evolutionary process of their creations to rewrite and refine their texts till to a point in which “texts can only be worsened”
Sew Workshop 3′ edition will be held
@ Albert Einstein Center for Fundamental Physics, Bern. on January 14-16 2020.
Please, visit SEW Workshop Bern 2020 website for more!
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
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– 2 full days of workshop (9am-6pm)
– you are willing to actively engage in the workshop and are
interested in writing something on a scientific matter
– you have a Gmail account
– you bring your own laptop
– you agree to release the rights for use of your whole
production at the workshop to INSERM and Sony CSL for
scientific purposes only; you will keep the intellectual
property rights on your creations
– the whole writing process will be fully monitored to gather
relevant data for the scientific investigation of the
evolutionary dynamics underlying the writing process
The workshop will be held January 30-31, 2019 at Institut des Systèmes Complexes Paris Île-de-France, 113 rue Nationale, 75013, Paris, France
Mark Buchanan is a physicist and science writer based in Europe. A former editor with the
international science journal Nature and also New Scientist, he is the author of three books and
numerous articles exploring the ideas of modern physics. He writes occasionally for the New York Times, and has a monthly column in Nature Physics.
Justin Mullins is a consultant editor at New Scientist where he has covered topics ranging from Chernobyl to the emergence of artificial intelligence. He was New Scientist’s San Francisco bureau chief during the first dotcom boom and later its Boston Editor and Technology Editor. He is a former teaching fellow at the University of California, Berkeley.
Our workshop took place at Institut des Systèmes Complexes Paris
Île-de-France, 113 rue Nationale, 75013, Paris, France.
Sew Workshop 2′ edition was held
@Complexity Science Hub Vienna, Josefstaedter Strasse 39, 1080, Vienna
on February 19-20 2019.
Please, visit SEW Workshop Vienna 2019 website for more!
Sapienza University of Rome