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Creativity, Paul says, does not necessarily yield a work that everyone instantly recognizes as good. In many cases, it reconfigures our idea of what good is.
Working at the intersection of art and science, Hung “tweaks the methodologies of science,” she says.
Ann Pegelow Kaplan specializes in contemporary photography and digital arts but was trained as an anthropologist.
Sure, we want to be creative, but are we ready to handle the risks and the rigors? Meet some people who are.
Lesly Temesvari would like to bury the notion that creativity and science are somehow at odds.
The personal ambition to create, Summers says, is probably the same for an engineer as it is for a painter or a poet.
Millions of linear algebraic equations generate a map to save bears and bats.
Barczewski noted a curious trend: British explorers and military leaders who failed to achieve their goals, sometimes in costly and dramatic fashion, were often celebrated and honored.
It seems strange to think that there’s any strength in a teeny seahorse at all, but it can withstand crushing forces better than many other animals.
Sara Riggs designs and tests systems in which we can’t trick ourselves, accounting for human cognitive and perceptual limitations, and developing displays for work environments.
A Clemson scientist and his family spend three months exploring the Appalachian Mountains — for the sake of conservation.
Researchers combine science and detective work as they piece together clues, cell by cell, to solve a genetic puzzle behind an increasingly common disorder.
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