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Nature Immunology volume 14, pages 416418 (2013) | Download Citation

Abstract

While rehearsing for a performance for London's Science Museum, I ask how scientists and theater artists might collaborate to produce theater that serves the science as much as the art.

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Acknowledgements

Bloodlines is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK (grant AH/K003518/1).

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  1. Alex Mermikides is in the School of Performance & Screen Studies, Kingston University, London, UK.

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A.M. is the director of the theater project described here, which forms part of a research network project supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (for which she is the principle investigator).

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Correspondence to Alex Mermikides.

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