Creativity at the intersection of art and science.
Studio 360’s Science + Creativity series explores human creativity at the intersection of art and science — from the artist-in-residence program at the Large Hadron Collider, to scientists using living cells to create bioart, these stories look at the cutting edge of science and technology and how it’s shaping our world. Produced with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
As humanity experiences relentless pressures from disease-carrying mosquitoes in many parts of the world, there is an urgent need for new tools to use against those beasts — because they keep getting scarier.
Ever wondered about people who can improvise on stage? Neuroscientist Charles Limb and comedian Anthony Veneziale did. First came the bromance, then Veneziale found himself improvising inside an fMRI machine.