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World Wide Science: The Promise of e-Research Across the Disciplines

31 May 2007

Oxford Professors Denis Noble (Emeritus Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology) and Martin Kemp (Professor of the History of Art) illustrate how e-research enables new forms of collaboration, visualization and data collection in the sciences and humanities, with examples from their work on:

  • Using computer models of biological organs and systems to interpret function from the molecular to the whole body level (specifically heart modelling)

  • Single view metrology to analyse forms in spaces in Renaissance paintings

This event launched the conference ‘World Wide Science: The Promise, Threats and
Realities of e-Research’, supported by the e-Horizons Institute (part of the James Martin 21st
Century School) and held in collaboration with the Oxford e-Research Centre.

Oxford e-Research Centre (OeRC)