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

61 A Dance Piece that Takes You Inside the Heart2014-03-17 18:41:52
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62 Philip Seymour Hoffman's Final Performance Will Be Digitally Created2014-03-10 16:53:31
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63 Seeing Sound: Synesthetic Art2014-03-03 18:13:59
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64 You're Living in a Science Fiction Story2014-02-10 18:11:14
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65 Kirk to Enterprise: the Piece of Star Trek in Your Pocket2014-02-03 18:38:29
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66 Chris Hadfield: How to Brush Your Teeth in Space2014-01-27 17:01:44
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67 Narrative Medicine2014-01-13 21:38:41
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68 Origin Lessons2014-01-06 18:02:34
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69 Tendues and Torque2013-12-09 18:18:00
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70 3D Printing: Dawn of a Revolution2013-11-25 19:21:45
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71 Darwin Got It Wrong2013-11-04 23:23:46
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72 Museum of God2013-10-21 17:26:17
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73 Foldit2013-10-15 19:08:30
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74 Making Friends with Drones2013-10-07 21:28:19
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75 Drone Art2013-09-30 17:37:01
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76 Technicolor2013-09-24 16:53:54
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77 Hedy Lamarr2013-09-16 16:56:24
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78 Synesthesia for the Rest of Us2013-09-09 22:39:48
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79 Birdman2013-09-03 17:42:23
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80 Seaching for Words: Your Ngram Questions2013-08-26 17:11:55
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Seaching for Words: Your Ngram Questions

Recently, Kurt Andersen talked with the research scientists who partnered with Google to develop the Ngram Viewer. The Ngram Viewer sifts through millions of digitized books and documents, looking for patterns in word usage across centuries. Kurt asked for listeners’ suggestions for Ngram queries, and we got dozens of interesting results.…read more