2nd International Workshop on Creative Science – call for papers

The Creative Science Foundation was set up to support, explore and promote the application of methods that encourage creative thought processes as part of Science & Engineering innovation. The core methodology is the use of science fiction as a means to motivate and direct research into science and engineering through the creation of science fiction stories, grounded in existing science and engineering research, that are written for the explicit purpose of acting as prototypes for people to explore a wide variety of futures. In this way science fiction prototypes act as a way of involving the widest section of the population in determining the science research agenda, thereby making science investment, and science output more useful to everyone ranging from companies, through scientists and engineers to the public, consumers and the government that indirectly fund R&D.

2nd International Workshop on Creative Science (CS’11) – Science Fiction Prototyping for Technology Innovation


Held in conjunction with The 7th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’11), Nottingham, UK. 25th-26th of July 2011



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