Science and Creativity

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. 

Arts, Culture & Media

Bio Art

From "Pig Wings" to "Semi-Living Dolls," the artists Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr are using high tech tools to challenge our conception of what life is and could be.

Arts, Culture & Media

“Blood Music”

In Greg Bear's novel “Blood Music,” a scientist infected with a synthetic virus realizes that the organisms in his body have become self-aware — and they're talking in his head. 

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