Miriam Sturdee, Makayla Lewis, Nicolai Marquardt
A roomful of 28 researchers in various stages of their careers sits nervously in a brightly lit room, the tables in front of them strewn with assorted pens, paper, and Post-it notes. They are all here to see how they might improve their drawing skills and subsequently apply these skills to their own research. Insights "I can't actually draw," says one nervously. "Is that OK?" "Of course it is," we reply, in chorus. "But actually, everyone can draw." The myth that you either can or can't is what prevents most of us from ever picking up a pencil…
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