Scientists and engineers should embrace art as a part of their work.
Several important works of art have been inspired by scientific concepts and are being displayed in important galleries around the world. This Collection presents a few contemporary examples and highlights how scientists can benefit from the arts world.
Contrary to common belief, art, science and technology have always played off one another.
Experimenting with exotic phenomena using exotic media.
With their unique perspectives, artists can become part of the scientific process.
Rich in drama, the scientific enterprise is an ideal subject to elicit an emotional response in the public.
Artistic imagination can help drive scientific imagination.
Neuroscience as a form of abstract expressionism
Art galleries are the right setting to promote the dialogue between scientists and the general public.
Art-based absurd scenarios serve as a vector to challenge perceptions of emergent biotechnologies.