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Magically Colored Milk -- and Art, of course 

Milk is pretty magical, right? I mean, what else can provide enough nourishment to sustain a life? I’m sure both of my girls will attest to milk’s awesomeness — after all, miss R indulged in my liquid gold for 2+ years and baby K is still holding strong. 464 more words


Eclipses Make People Crazy, Daniel Defoe Edition

So:  some folks choked on Annie Dillard’s perhaps overly magniloquent response to her eclipse, so here’s something quite different for the more Augustan among us. 576 more words

World Science Festival - 10 years!

The mission of the World Science Festival is to inspire the general public to learn more about science and to convince them of its value and implications for the future. 144 more words

Science Festivals

Blood: Life Uncut Exhibition - Science Gallery London

For those who collapse at the sight of blood, the new exhibition and event series of the Science Gallery London might not be the best choice. 125 more words

Visual Science

The soviet-era conference on communicating with aliens

by Charlotte Poulain

Forty-six years ago, in the midst of the Cold War, 44 scientists from the USSR and the United States gathered at the Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory in Armenia. 1,522 more words


Amanda Doidge: Ceramics in Series

How does plastic art represent or produce an event, a happening, or a transformation?

Can the plastic arts – such as sculpture, pottery and ceramics – transform and express transformation even after their forms have been ossified or fixed, for example after being fired in the kiln? 1,021 more words

Benjamin Dalton

X-Ray Specs

The creative possibilities of X-Ray Imaging Technology

A Collaborative Project between the School of Arts & Media and the School of Health Sciences.

Reported by  … 604 more words

Radiography People