Posts tagged ‘science and art’
Canadian science is world-class and many Canadian scientists are world-renowned. While it is not surprising to find Canadian scientists presenting their findings at locations far from home, it is unusual to hear about Canadian molecular biologists traveling to Shanghai to present an artistic rendition of their work. The scientist/artist, Dr. Campbell, claims that many of his paintings are inspired by cell biology and cardiovascular sciences.
Can you see the resemblance?
As seen on the Wacky World of YouTube!
The wonders of nature, visualized.
Scientists at the Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute were asked to submit their favourite microscopy images. There are a number of submissions on the SLRI website. Here’s my pick for winner.
I found this YouTube video from one of my favourite YouTube channels: christeeeeeena, who I believe also used to post on the Unicorns of the Hydrocalypse website. I find their videos to be both creative and fun. In this lab version of STOMP (an awesome show which I urge you to go see if you haven’t already…although I don’t know if they are performing in Canada any more), christeeeeeena displays her creativity in an artistic rendition of everyday lab “music.”
Here’s a clip of STOMP…just for comparison 🙂
Submit your artwork to be a part of the National Science Art Exhibit 2012!
For more information on the National Science Art Exhibit, and how can submit your artwork, please visit Science.gc.ca/AAAS. The deadline to submit is February 1st, 2012.