Tweet On Friday the 18th of May HUMlab had the pleasure of being part of Fascinating Plants day. Fascinating Plants day is an international event organized by EPSO, European Plant Science Organization, based in Brussels, through activities in 39 countries, … Continue reading
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Tweet Way back in the summertime we were delighted that artists Jen Southern (UK), Jen Hamilton and Chris St Amand (Canada) were able to come to Umea and set up their Running Stitch artwork in the Open Source Embroidery exhibition … Continue reading
Tweet When I walked into the lab this afternoon there was a clear cafe-like atmosphere as a large group of students were learning InDesign. The cheery chatter in the background makes working down here nice. Like you are working together … Continue reading
Tweet Today we have over 100 librarians in HUMlab listening to a talk about humanities computing laboratories and an instillation on Open Access Publishing.
Tweet The Transmediale is an international festival for contemporary art and digital culture. This year the Transmediale festival was about “the intense fragility and inherent instability of human interaction with global systems.” There were a lot of provocative projects to … Continue reading
Tweet I have been away for about a month, but when I returned to the lab yesterday for a little peaceful reading – I was surprised by the amount of activity! It seems that people were having to shuffle from … Continue reading
Tweet A collaborative venture between The Environmental Archaeology Lab and HUMLab, under the name of SEAD – The Strategic Environmental Archaeology Database, is scheduled to get underway in early May. The aim is to create a web-accessible, tool-rich and GIS-ready … Continue reading