The Arts University Bournemouth and the Structural Genomics Consortium present an art-science collaboration "Loop Hole".

20th – 22th April 2016, 10am - 5pm (free entry), Medical Science Teaching Centre and University Church of St. Mary the Virgin

“Loop Hole” is an exhibition that showcases recent outcomes from a collaborative partnership between the Structural Genomics Consortium in Oxford and the Arts University Bournemouth. The SGC is a public/private partnership focused on high throughput crystallography and drug design, who’s aim is to accelerate drug discovery by establishing a network of scientists with open access to SGC’s results. The Arts University Bournemouth is one of only a few specialist arts universities delivering subjects in art, design, media and performance from undergraduate to doctoral level, and engaging in nationally and internationally recognized research and knowledge transfer in the arts. The collaboration makes a valuable contribution in creating a dialogue between art and science, and in bridging the gap between two forms of knowledge – scientific and aesthetic.