Arts

Scientists are becoming artists, thanks to 'NanoArt'

First, electron microscopes let scientists see into the atomic world like never before. Now, some of those scientists are able to create their own microscopic landscapes using new chemical technologies. And they're hoping NanoArt is on the verge of going mainstream.

Arts

A worldwide viral hit shows a different side of Ukraine

Much of the news coming out of Ukraine these days is about the ongoing war against separatists and the violence that has ruined small towns near Donetsk. Then along comes an animated music video by a Kiev-based band called Brunettes Shoot Blondes that's impressed people around the world.

Arts

Digital doubles become star players in Hollywood

If an actor's movements and face are captured by a computer and digitally recreated by teams of computer animators, who gets the Oscar? Improvements in digital technology are raising that question by putting more and more digital doubles on screen.

Arts

It's not just a soap opera, it's a 'radio movie'

Soaps aren't anything new in most parts of the world, but a long-running Nigerian radio show called "Story, Story" uses the techniques of film to create an immersive, realistic radio drama. The popular show also helps spread public service messages to a wide audience.

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