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By: Skylar Cuevas Science communication to the general public poses many translational challenges to scientists, leading to the loss or unfamiliarity of scientific findings. With the demand for a more efficient tool in science communication increasing, implementing visual art and other art partnerships to simulate emotionality in an audience is promising. Neuroscientist and graphic designer […]
The Wond’ry is hosting a virtual conference that The Wond’ry is holding on May 22nd. You can submit your artwork and present a 5-minute poster of your Spring 2020 projects with ArtLab. This is a great way to hear about cross- disciplinarity within The Wond’ry, add a line to your CV/resume, network, and show off […]
By: Lilly He Wire sits at the crossroads of many different roles. It can be used to make fences or to link objects. We’ve found a shape for metal that we use to hold up bridges and to serve as sources of light. It’s used in all sorts of electronics, and it can be used […]
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