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  • How The Renaissance People Used Scientific Imagination

    How The Renaissance People Used Scientific Imagination

    Today we’d like to take you on a trip to the past. Many people agree that The Renaissance was an extremely important era for the western world which led to some of the most important and prominent ways of thinking that are still used today. […]

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  • Painting a Way to the Moon

    Painting a Way to the Moon

    The following articles will be about one of the most amazing stories we’ve heard so far concerning the combination of Art and Science. Discover how an amazing NASA scientist used nothing more than painting and his imagination to reach the moon! On the crowd-funding site […]

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  • Microscopic “Science Art”

    Microscopic “Science Art”

    So a couple of weeks ago we came across the website of some very interesting lady from the Netherlands. Loes Modderman decided she wanted to broaden her horizon after years of work in healthcare and trying to express her creativity music, writing and even doll making. […]

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  • The Morpho Towers, magnetic-fluid art sculptures

    The Morpho Towers, magnetic-fluid art sculptures

    Just like we showed you with the Mandelbrot example, the following art-piece is another amazing example of how science and art can be combined in practice. The Morpho Towers are made by Sachiko Kodama, an amazing Japanese woman who graduated from both the physics course in the […]

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