Staff and recent graduates from the Royal College of Art’s Design Interactions department will discuss new ways design can contribute to debates on the social, ethical and political implications of possible biomedical and biotechnology futures.
See their work at the Designing Debate: BioMedical Futures, a selection of design projects exploring biomedical themes, which will be exhibited in the Entrance Gallery this weekend.
Jeremy Myerson in conversation with researchers from the Department of Design Interactions at the RCA.
|Professor Anthony Dunne
head, Design Interactions Department, Royal College of Art
2008 graduate RCA Design Interactions; award-winning designer and researcher whose work includes collaborations with scientists, animal breeders and the NHS.
designer; senior lecturer, London South Bank University; former research fellow, Royal College of Art
visiting lecturer, RCA Design Interactions; PhD candidate, researching design and bioethics partnerships.
|Professor Jeremy Myerson
Helen Hamlyn Professor of Design, Royal College of Art