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TitleBiology and art complicity
Author(s)Nobre, Alexandra
KeywordsCiência e arte
Comunicação de Ciência
Issue date2013
Abstract(s)Science and art are the two main forms of intellectual production. As stated by Einstein “The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.” Art takes science to people. Since long ago, both scientists and artists have been inspired by science from different angles. In fact, patterns, energy conversions, symmetries, living things organization, all are inspirational and sense/curiosity awakeners to the human mind. Actually, I strongly believe that entwining both is one good strategy of deeply involving the public, no matter its characteristics, in the spreading of a message, an idea or a topic. This conviction has been guiding me for several years, whether it concerns to the conception of projects and events, or to the practical approach and application of the ideas. In this talk I will briefly describe several projects and actions where I have been involved during the last seven years, all of them sharing the same underlying idea; making science more familiar to the general public.
TypePanel presentation
DescriptionApresentação efetuada na "4th International Conference on Science Matters “Humanities as Science Matters 2013” (SciMat 2013)", no Porto, Portugal, 2013.
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