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Sydney Ideas | Is storytelling bad for science?

A Sydney Ideas event for Innovation Week 2018, exploring the possibility that storytelling is exactly what science needs, with a view to answering the question: Is storytelling bad for science?

Featuring Professor Nick Enfield, screen-writer John Collee, dramatist Alana Valentine, Professor Geraint Lewis and Professor Jennifer Byrne.

A Sydney Ideas event for Innovation Week held at the University of Sydney on Tuesday 31 July 2018.
sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/sydne…d-for-science.html

TIME STAMPS
Introductions: 0:00 – 2:00
Professor Nick Enfield: 2:00 – 10:15
John Collee: 10:25 – 18:07
Professor Geraint Lewis: 18:14 – 26:18
Alana Valentine: 26:34 – 31:29
Professor Jennifer Byrne: 31:45 – 38:23
Discussion: 38:34 – 56:18
Audience Q&A: 56:51 – 1:22:50