Creative Science Foundation

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The Creative Science Foundation (CSf) is a non-profit organization, established on 4 November 2011 in London, England, that advocates a synergetic relationship between creative arts (e.g. writing, films, art, dance etc.) and sciences (e.g. engineering, business, socio-political etc.) as a means to fostering innovation.[1] It is best known for its use of science fiction prototyping as an ideation, communication and prototyping tool for product innovation.[2][3] The foundation's main modus-operandi are the organisation or sponsorship of vacation-schools, workshops, seminars, conferences, journals, publications and projects.[4]

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  1. ^ Creative Science: Injecting Innovation into the IT Industry, Oxford Journals, ITNOW (Summer 2015) 57 (2): p52-55
  2. ^ When Science Fiction and Science Fact Meet, IEEE Computer, Issue No.1 Vol.46, 2013.
  3. ^ A New Doorway into Time, IEEE Computer, Volume:47, Issue: 5, p99-101, ISSN 0018-9162, May 2014
  4. ^ Creative Science Foundation web pages, accessed 25.5.15