art and science
Meet the 2016 MacArthur Fellows leading America into the future.
For women, working in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) can be a lucrative path: women with STEM jobs earn 33 percent more than women in non-STEM occupations.
The show's title also suggests the role the natural world plays in my life and where I return to seek my own equilibrium
We're all living in tomorrowland, kinda!
And other words of indelible wisdom from artist and physicist Enrique Martinez Celaya.
Forget Facebook manipulating our timelines as a mass social experiment, or Google mining our personal emails for advertising keywords. When it comes to algorithms, nothing gets the blood boiling more than the subject of creativity.
On March 25, the Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics journal published an article that addresses pollution in art. Soon I'll talk about that, but first a bit about the Arctic.
Could Picasso not again face what humanity had done? Did he recoil at the idea of any aesthetic response to horror and devastation on that scale? Or, in the face of such unimaginable suffering, did he find art unequal to the task?
We usually think of science and poetry as inhabiting very different parts of the human mind, of human culture. When an astrophysicist spends his days writing a book of poems called I Know (Je Sais), we might want to pay some attention.
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