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A Crucible project run by [[Alan Blackwell]], [[Mark Blythe]] and [[Jofish Kaye]] has investigated the outcomes of that strategic focus through a series of interviews with the alumni.
 
A Crucible project run by [[Alan Blackwell]], [[Mark Blythe]] and [[Jofish Kaye]] has investigated the outcomes of that strategic focus through a series of interviews with the alumni.
  
Crucible network members who worked at EuroPARC include:
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Crucible contacts at EuroPARC include:
  
 
* [[William Newman]]
 
* [[William Newman]]
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* [[Rachel Jones]]
 
* [[Rachel Jones]]
 
* [[Mark Stringer]]
 
* [[Mark Stringer]]
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* [[Carey Young]]
  
 
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[[Category:Organisations]]

Latest revision as of 16:50, 2 September 2011

Xerox EuroPARC was established in 1987, as a European branch of the successful Xerox PARC research centre. EuroPARC anticipated many of the research concerns of Crucible, with its specific focus on interdisciplinarity, and on the integration of social science into a technology research context.

A Crucible project run by Alan Blackwell, Mark Blythe and Jofish Kaye has investigated the outcomes of that strategic focus through a series of interviews with the alumni.

Crucible contacts at EuroPARC include: