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Why Interdisciplinary

To begin with, what does ‘interdisciplinary’ mean? Put simply, interdisciplinary means ‘combining subjects in new ways.’ Put literally, interdisciplinary means ‘working with different academic disciplines.’ Many of the world’s great problems require an interdisciplinary approach in order to solve them. 442 more words


Yeasts, Neuroscience and the challenges of Interdisciplinary Research

Interdisciplinary research is critical to solving most of our current environmental crises and human problems. It is particularly relevant to ecology (e.g. landscape ecology, … 1,385 more words


Front Cover Fractal Art

The art work featured on the front of our first issue of Under Construction was kindly provided by Jacob Bettany – a UK-based Web Publisher and Fractal Artist. 99 more words



The Codex Hackathon was a super interesting arena for exploring forms of reading and assembling information across digital and physical codices and expanded, immersive engagement with multiple texts. 492 more words


"Ready for Launch"

Hello readers!

This blog post is to celebrate a few notable ‘firsts’ that shall accompany the start of this blog.

The first first refers to the launch of Keele University’s  244 more words


COLLABORATION & What Happens When You Don't Work With Others: A Bone to Pick #WSJ

Commentary by Dr. Whitesel: “Academic researchers tend to stay in their academic silos and not participate with other academic disciplines in their research. But research can be more reliable and valid when researchers work with other disciplines to foster ‘inter-disciplinary research. 407 more words