Science and Creativity from Studio 360

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Science and Creativity from Studio 360: the art of innovation. A sculpture unlocks a secret of cell structure, a tornado forms in a can, and a child's toy gets sent into orbit. Exploring science as a creative act since 2005. Produced by PRI and WNYC, and supported in part by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

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Science and Creativity from Studio 360

21 A Neuroscientist Throws Science Overboard for Art2015-08-10 04:00:00
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22 A Quantified Artist Turns Her Data Into Sculpture2015-07-24 14:38:29
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23 Bringing Female Heroes to the LEGO Universe2015-07-13 22:18:26
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24 Synthetic Biology In Pop Culture2015-06-29 17:04:38
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25 Blood Music2015-06-22 16:03:04
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26 The Ethics of Synthetic Biology2015-06-15 16:24:13
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27 Bio Art2015-06-08 17:15:49
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28 A Crash Course in Designing Life2015-06-01 17:39:08
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29 Bacteria Biofuel2015-05-18 19:54:54
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30 The Day After2015-05-11 18:02:12
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31 Mind Games: Designing With EEG2015-05-04 16:47:31
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32 How Do You Draw Dark Matter?2015-04-27 16:36:22
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33 Greg Stock: Redesigning Humans2015-04-13 17:25:49
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34 The Posthuman Future2015-04-06 18:43:37
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35 Backup Singers Bring the Hits2015-03-30 15:56:42
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36 What if Mondrian Were a Programmer?2015-03-24 16:01:13
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37 Can Drugs Make Your Brain More Creative?2015-02-23 17:35:40
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38 Hacking the Climate2015-02-17 19:36:32
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39 Making Music for Animals2015-02-10 16:40:35
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Making Music for Animals

Laurel Braitman is a historian of science and the author of Animal Madness: How Anxious Dogs, Compulsive Parrots, and Elephants in Recovery Help Us Understand Ourselves. She’s particularly interested in animals held in captivity. “If their minds aren’t stimulated and challenged they can end up with all sorts of disturbing behaviors,” she explains. Braitman wondered if music — so often soothing to people, but usually foisted on animals without their permission — could help counter animal anxiety and depression?…read more

40 The Science of Sculpture2015-02-03 15:17:16
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