GENEVA – Open-minded artists and scientists collide at the world’s largest hadron lab fusion of arts and science .
COLLIDE, is the name of the CHF15,000 Award sponsored by the European Organization for Nuclear Research, based in the border of canton Geneva and France, which aims to “encourage curiosity […] to inspire creativity both within the sciences and the humanities.”
Ultimately, the goal is to push “traditional forms of collaboration between the artistic and scientific fields”.
There are no restrictions to age or nationality, applicants must speak English and apply until 23 May; the winner will be announced in June.
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