Christian Bok

Registered to supervise postgraduate research

20132016
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Research interests

Christian Bök is the author of Eunoia (2001), a bestselling work of experimental literature, which has gone on to win the Griffin Prize for Poetic Excellence. Bök is currently working on The Xenotext — a project that requires him to encipher a poem into the genome of a bacterium capable of surviving in any inhospitable environment. Bök is a Fellow in the Royal Society of Canada, and he teaches at Charles Darwin University.

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habitats Physics & Astronomy
Aerogels Engineering & Materials Science
aerogels Physics & Astronomy
Domes Engineering & Materials Science
domes Physics & Astronomy
sky Physics & Astronomy
Silica Engineering & Materials Science
silicon dioxide Physics & Astronomy

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Research Output 2013 2016

Spirited skies project: Silica aerogel domes for the habitat of the future

Michaloudis, I., Skouloudi, M., Bok, C. & Jingyan, Q., 2016, In : Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, IAC. 16, p. 11239-11247 9 p.

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habitats
Aerogels
aerogels
Domes
domes

Virtually nontoxic

Bok, C., 1 Sep 2016, In : English Studies in Canada. 42, 3-4, p. 25-26 2 p.

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The Xenotext

Bok, C., Oct 2013, The Text Festivals: Language Art and Material Poetry. Lopez, T. (ed.). Plymouth: Plymouth: University of Plymouth Press, p. 41-47 7 p.

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