5 episodes

When scientists and scholars compose papers, articles and monographs, is it really only a matter of “writing up” what they by then already know? Could it also be that in the attempt to articulate our knowledge new discoveries are made?

Co-hosted by the A.N.U.’s Humanities Research Centre and the University of Canberra’s Centre for Creative and Cultural Research, this one-day, cross-disciplinary symposium considered the possibility that, far from being simply ancillary, the act of writing constitutes a key plank in scientific and scholarly method.

Writing as Discovery / Investigating a Hidden Component of Method Paul Magee and Lucy Neave

    • Education

When scientists and scholars compose papers, articles and monographs, is it really only a matter of “writing up” what they by then already know? Could it also be that in the attempt to articulate our knowledge new discoveries are made?

Co-hosted by the A.N.U.’s Humanities Research Centre and the University of Canberra’s Centre for Creative and Cultural Research, this one-day, cross-disciplinary symposium considered the possibility that, far from being simply ancillary, the act of writing constitutes a key plank in scientific and scholarly method.

    Paul Magee introduces the Writing As Discovery project: From Poetry to Science

    Paul Magee introduces the Writing As Discovery project: From Poetry to Science

    • 22 min
    Peter Doherty on Writing as Discovery in Immunological and Virological Research

    Peter Doherty on Writing as Discovery in Immunological and Virological Research

    • 24 min
    Yvonne Paterson on Writing as Discovery in Microbiological Research

    Yvonne Paterson on Writing as Discovery in Microbiological Research

    • 15 min
    Peter Doherty and Yvonne Paterson discuss Writing as Discovery in the biomedical sciences with Paul Magee

    Peter Doherty and Yvonne Paterson discuss Writing as Discovery in the biomedical sciences with Paul Magee

    • 22 min
    Alison Booth discusses Writing as Discovery in Economics and in Fiction with Lucy Neave

    Alison Booth discusses Writing as Discovery in Economics and in Fiction with Lucy Neave

    • 36 min

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