We have three new members of the team joining us for the summer projects, and beyond: Adam Harries, Nick Holliman and Dorothy Warren.
Nick founded the Durham Visualization Laboratory and is a computer scientist specialising in digital imaging: he and Adam, also a computer scientist, will be working with Giles and Richard, and the rest of the team.
Dorothy will be joining the presentations at Porto, she is attached to the Science Learning Centre, North-East, and an experienced Chemistry educator. Per Kind, from the School of Education at Durham will also be coming to Porto; Per specialises in science education and educational assessment. Dorothy, Per and Vanessa Kind are integral to the second phase of the project – to explore ways in which the interdisciplinary research between medievalists and modern scientists might be brought to primary and secondary schools.