The Ordered Universe team are always keen to spread the word about our favourite medieval thinker and scientist Robert Grosseteste and we’ve recently been able to do just that as part of the TEDx lecture series.
We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications from sixth form students in the north-east of England to be a part of the OxNet 2017–2018 scheme.
Joshua Harvey, a DPhil Candidate in the departments of Engineering Science and Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford brings us a report on his time as a ‘Lost Late’ exhibitor at the Oxford strand of the Being Human Festival 2017. Last Friday saw 1,500 people of all ages congregating under a fabulous mix ofContinue reading “The Ordered Universe Project and the Being Human Festival 2017: Oxford Edition”
The Ordered Universe Project and OxNet have teamed up for the 2017–2018 academic year to offer an academic course for sixth form students in the north-east of England. The launch will be hosted by The National Glass Centre in Sunderland on Wednesday 22nd November, and local schools, students, and teachers have been invited to joinContinue reading “OxNet North East Launch Party at the National Glass Centre, Sunderland”
On the 10th October 2017 Bishop Grosseteste University held its celebration of Robert Grosseteste with its annual public lecture. This year we were delighted to invite Dr Angelo Silvestri from Cardiff University who provided an excellent lecture to an appreciative audience on, ‘From Romanesque darkness to Gothic light: the architectural and artistic role of LincolnContinue reading “Report: A Celebration of Robert Grosseteste at Lincoln Cathedral”
It is not often that you get to see your research used in the production of stunning artwork, but that is exactly the case for the Ordered Universe team and the collaboration with Cate Watkinson and Colin Rennie at the National Glass Centre, University of Sunderland. Opening this Friday, Illuminating Colour runs from October 21st 2017Continue reading “Illuminating Colour: New Work by Cate Watkinson and Colin Rennie”