Month: November 2021

Nicola Vassell brings Fred Eversley, the art of Alteronce Gumby to Miami – ARTnews.com

Energy, distilled to its essence, is power, or more precisely, the capacity of power. One of the quintessential expressions of energy is Newton’s experimentation with light focused through a prism to create a rainbow of colors. At Art Basel Miami…

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory awards Jeremy Lenhardt

The seventh annual Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) Early and Mid-Career Fellowship Program included five scientists whose work has had a significant impact on NIF & Photon Science research. LLNL Director Kim Budil announced that 12 LLNL scientists and engineers…

Jerusalem Botanical Gardens launch large-scale augmented reality art exhibition

An ongoing augmented reality art exhibition initiated by the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens is generating great interest around the world. The exhibition, “Seeing the Invisible,” features 13 immersive virtual works by established and emerging artists, including Ai Weiwei, Refik Anadol, El…

The Laguna Art Museum exhibition satisfies the curiosity of an astronomer

One of the most anticipated events on the Laguna Art Museum calendar returned this month with the ninth installment of the Art and Nature showcase. For nearly a decade, the museum has brought its clients closer to the intersection of…

BOT announces more measures to support debt consolidation

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Art illuminates the beauty of science – and could inspire the next generation of scientists, young and old

The annual BioArt competition shines a light on the hidden parts of biology revealed under the microscope. (Photo by Todd Green / BioArt, CC BY-NC-ND) By Chris CurranUniversity of Northern Kentucky Winner of the 2018 BioArt competition, this image shows…

Mary Corse at Pace Palo Alto

Palo Alto – Pace is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Mary Corse in Palo Alto. Marking the artist’s first presentation in the gallery’s Palo Alto space, the exhibition will feature three large paintings and four electric…

Electrons set the stage for neutrino experiments

Neutrinos could hold the key to finally solving the mystery of the origins of our matter-dominated universe, and preparations are underway for two major billion-dollar experiments to unlock the secrets of the particles. Now, a team of nuclear physicists has…

Electrons set the stage for neutrino experiments – Solving the mystery of the origins of our matter-dominated universe

Neutrinos interacting with nuclei. Credit: DOE’s Jefferson Lab Early-career nuclear physicists show that a better understanding of how neutrinos interact with matter is needed to get the most out of future experiments. Neutrinos could be the key to finally solving…

Exclusive license from Rocket Lab of the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University to manufacture space radio technology

Rocket Lab United States, Inc. (Nasdaq: RKLB) (“Rocket Lab” or “the Company”), a provider of launch services and space systems, announced that it has entered into an exclusive license agreement with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) to…