"The ASCUS Micro-Residency will give ten artists access to research labs at the University of Strathclyde in February and March 2014. The artists selected will spend four days working closely with research scientists and learning about their work on Huntington's Disease by observing and recreating experiments in the lab. The art work created as part of the residency will be the focus of a programme of exhibitions. This ASCUS Micro-Residency is a collaborative project with the Chamberlain research group, part of SIPBS at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow."
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