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artologica
No summary available for this site.
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Asklabs
ASKlabs Documentary Film
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At the Interface
Where art and science meet
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biocreativity
art. biology. creativity. science. design. nature.
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bioephemera
No summary available for this site.
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bioephemera
Science + art
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Catch 26
A blog for science-related haiku (scaiku) and art.
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Ciencia Puerto Rico - Biotectónica
Biologically-inspired design, scientific art, and synthetic biology. From the Research & Design Studio at the School of Architecture of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico. #Biotectonica
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eukaryography
Exploring any form of life with a membrane-bound nucleus and organelles, eukaryography functions as a space for mediations and extrapolations of those things eukaryotic and the associations they spawn. Thematically, eukaryography revolves around the topics of and connections between ethnographic writing, protozoology, literature, the visualization of biological phenomena, natural history, and painting, but also makes forays into scientific reportage and interpretations of primary research. Short- and long-form essays are the project’s main focus, but excerpts from literature and research papers fill the space between and add content for further exploration.
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Exploring Neuroscience Through Art
Michelle Hunter is a contemporary New York artist exploring neuroscience through art with her ​series of Brain paintings. The purpose is to educate the general public about the most complex organ in our bodies, one we don't really "think" about, our brain. This is achieved by taking her research into complex brain functions such as memory, vision, decision making and others, and placing them in a conceptually appealing context.​ ​ Contact Michelle with feedback or with project ideas by sending an email to info@hunterart.com​​. Tell her what you think!​​ Visit her website for additional artworks: www.hunterart.com
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Neurocrafter
Exploring science through the visual arts and storytelling.
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Protein Art
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Sci-Arts
Science Friday Arts is a division of National Public Radio\'s Science Friday radio program. Sci-Arts produces radio, multimedia, and web content on the intersection of science and the arts.
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Science with Moxie
Intersection of neuroscience and music.
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Science with Moxie
No summary available for this site.
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Symbiartic
No summary available for this site.
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The Febrile Muse
Portrayal of Infectious Diseases in Literature and the Arts
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The Flying Trilobite
The Flying Trilobite Art in Awe of Science by Glendon Mellow
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The Soft Anonymous
A blog about all things science, with a healthy smattering of humour, culture, and excursions into the unknown.
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The World's Fair
No summary available for this site.
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thInk
A blog from the Wellcome Trust on art, (neuro)science and the brain
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tonotopia
science x music by Rob Mitchum
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WalkaboutEm
Informal science education with lots of pictures.
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What's on my blackboard?
I am a mathematician at the University of Edinburgh and I want to do more to show people the beauty, relevance and depth of mathematics. On this blog I'll aim to put up one photo per week of a mathematician's blackboard, with a short explanation of the mathematics that's on it. Please send me your photos if you think your board deserves to be shared with the world! You can send your photos to Julia.Collins@ed.ac.uk.\n\n
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