Invisible Dust

London | Monday 21 May
Pollution level: Moderate

Hearing from our Fellows: Sharing New Knowledge

Neil Armstrong once said that “research is about creating new knowledge”, and whilst this is undoubtedly true, my passion...

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Hearing From Our Fellows: Ways of seeing and being (seen)

I’m a music PhD student at the University of York, focusing on history, representation and cultural identity in music...

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Hearing from our Fellows: Rosamund Portus

When I was in the midst of finishing my MSc and figuring out whether I wanted to go forward...

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Young Curator’s Fellowship Programme

We’re thrilled to be working with Natalie and Layla, who have been selected as Fellows as part of The...

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Free to Go Plastic Free?

The plastic free movement has been gaining more and more momentum recently, as people become aware of the harmful...

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OPPORTUNITY – Fellowship Bursary – researcher in the field of health

Invisible Dust are offering one fully-funded bursary place for a a female researcher or early careerist in the field...

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Effie Coe

Effie Coe is an Artist working with both video and photographic imagery. Continually enchanted by the possibilities of new...

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Volkswagen Diesel Scandal: Animal Cruelty Affects the Environment Too

On Tuesday January 30th, it was revealed that the car-making company Volkswagen had previously carried out experiments that used...

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Townley and Bradby

Townley and Bradby’s practice explores the routines and rituals of everyday life, in particular looking at the way urban...

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20 Drinking Fountains: Mayor Sadiq Khan proposes a 3 year initiative to tackle London’s plastic

Whilst the memorable phrase has produced an impressive response in reusing and recycling since America’s 1976 Resource Conservation and...

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