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Science mostly requires limited by serious applied intellectual property and the artists honest reporting of results, meticulous control and cementa- were not allowed to be involved. Instead, the artists spent tion of observations, as well as the formulation and avocation time making a rather shabby sociological survey, without any of ideas, but it also requires each scientist to leave a legacy for insight into ethical debates which were probably taking place others to follow. This shared ethic demands respect for each in the lab itself.
As Donna Hara- the scientist. Perhaps an artist’s role is also to be a spark for way suggests, if science is really neutral then these interpre- more scientific debate within the actual lab environment. As tations should also reflect how cultural factors and public 31 Elvin Fox Keller suggests, the conventional accounts that response might have an influence on innovation itself. 33 scientists offer about their successes to each other are not value-free. In fact the very language, tacit presuppositions, 3.
13 René Stettler 39 Conclusions: Interdisciplinary Research at the Interface between Science and Art a team of investigators. She introduces three major factors to support her claims. The first is 'extrinsic attention' (which means funding, agencies, research leadership), the second is 'intrinsic motivation' (which refers to the faculty and the The artists-in-labs project is a new development for Switzer- students), and the third is 'systemic implementation' (a re- land. It not only opened up the horizon for new creative ference to management and structures).