Search results “Art science magazine” for the 2016
Podcast: Neandertal made art and tales from a geologist in Greenland
Neandertals that made art, live news from the AAAS Annual Meeting, and the emotional experience of being a scientist 2/23/18 episode We talk about the techniques of painting sleuths, how to combat alternative facts or “fake news,” and using audio signposts to keep birds from flying into buildings. For this segment, David Grimm—online news editor for Science—talks with host Sarah Crespi as part of a live podcast event from the AAAS Annual Meeting in Austin. Painting sleuths http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/02/picasso-painted-over-another-artist-s-work-and-then-over-his-own-new-imaging-reveals Fighting fake news http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/02/fighting-back-against-alternative-facts-experts-share-their-secrets Audio lighthouses http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/02/acoustic-lighthouses-could-prevent-birds-hitting-buildings Sarah also interviews Science News Editor Tim Appenzeller about Neanderthal art. The unexpected age of some European cave paintings is causing experts to rethink the mental capabilities of our extinct cousins. Neanderthal art http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/02/europes-first-cave-artists-were-neandertals-newly-dated-paintings-show For the monthly books segment, Jen Golbeck interviews with William Glassley about his book, A Wilder Time: Notes from a Geologist at the Edge of the Greenland Ice. Book link https://www.amazon.com/Wilder-Time-Notes-Geologist-Greenland/dp/1942658346 [Music: Jeffrey Cook] Link to itunes: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=120329020 Link to RSS feed: http://www.sciencemag.org/rss/podcast.xml Listen to more podcasts on our site: http://www.sciencemag.org/podcasts Authors: Sarah Crespi; David Grimm; Tim Appenzeller; Jen Golbeck
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"Art and Science" OR "Art or Science"? | Warren Karp | TEDxAugusta
Warren B. Karp explores the commonalities, differences and relationships between artistic and scientific creativity and thought. Warren B. Karp is a Professor Emeritus at Augusta University. He holds a Ph.D. in Physiological Chemistry from The Ohio State University and a D.M.D. from Augusta University. In addition, Bill is a classic American jazz musician and has been voted "Best of Augusta Jazz" by readers of Augusta Magazine for the past several years. He is married to Nancy and they have two grown children. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Photographing Natural Forces | The Art + Science of Fabian Oefner
Fabian Oefner's photography produces surreal, colorful imagery that captures unique moments in time and motion through the use of centrifugal forces, popped balloons, and more. Head into the studio as he prepares his latest photo series "Orchid." Read more: http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/fabian-oefner-turns-basic-scientific-concepts-into-vibrant-pop-art www.fabianoefner.com For more awe-inspiring photography, click here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6uqON-thyrZP8lVb9Rs5uAZw0i51D1Hy _______________________________ SUBSCRIBE to The Creators Project: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_to_TheCreatorsProject SUBSCRIBE to The Creators Project Newsletter: http://bit.ly/HhxuUN _______________________________ The Creators Project is a partnership between Intel and VICE: http://thecreatorsproject.com/ _______________________________ Check out our full video catalog: http://youtube.com/user/TheCreatorsProject/videos Facebook: http://fb.com/thecreatorsproject Twitter: http://twitter.com/creatorsproject Tumblr: http://thecreatorsproject.tumblr.com/
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Graphic Design - Amanda Berglund rebrands a science magazine
Graphic designer Amanda Berglund (https://www.behance.net/amandaberglund) rebrands a science magazine "Illustrated Science” focusing on the cover. She will answer all your questions as she'll be using Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC and InDesign CC.
Views: 9871 Adobe Creative Cloud
Benny Greb: The Art & Science Of Groove - Drum Lesson (Drumeo)
The fastest way to get faster on drums: ►https://Drumeo.com/faster/ Get a free 7-day trial to Drumeo: ►http://drumeo.com/trial Buy Benny's latest DVD: ►http://bennygreb.com Video Index: 0:13 - Song “Next Question” 6:35 - Jared intros Benny Greb 11:30 - “Time” Drum Lesson 27:19 - “Feel” Drum Lesson 32:44 - “Sound” Drum Lesson 38:36 - Track Benny Wrote 43:10 - “Body” Drum Lesson 50:07 - “Mind” Drum Lesson 55:30 - Open Drum Solo 1:04:03 - Q/A 1:20:16 - Song “Grebfruit” It just keeps getting better and better at Drumeo. We've been honoured to host so many special guests, and this lesson was no exception. Drumeo was very proud to host Benny Greb in our studios to teach a lesson on "The Art & Science Of Groove". Benny demystifies common perceptions about things like "groove" and "time" being something we are all born with, or just developed naturally. He gives practical tips and advice that you can use to make your drumming better today. Enjoy the lesson and please share! Find out more about Benny here: Website: http://BennyGreb.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/bennygrebofficial Twitter: http:/twitter.com/bennygreb Instagram: http://instagram.com/bennygreb YouTube: http://youtube.com/user/bennygrebofficial Benny plays: Meinl Cymbals Sonor Drums Pro-Mark Sticks Remo Drumheads
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The Science of Awe: Creating Monumental Art
Large scale art requires a special set of skills and circumstances to produce, and to show. It also elicits a particular level of attention from an audience. Come listen to a panel of artists and curators (FiveTonCrane, Burning Man, Flux Foundation, Zach Coffin, Maker Faire) who have gone deep into the science of building and showing monumental art.
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Art on wings - Super Sonic Jet in Popular science magazine
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School of Arts and Social Science: How I used my MA in Magazine Journalism
How do you become a magazine journalist? City, University of London, MA Magazine Journalism alumni Selena Randhawa and Joseph Evans explain how their experience at City helped kick start their careers. For more information about MA Magazine Journalism at City, visit: http://bit.ly/2OxFu8v Visit our website for more information and follow us for regular updates: Website: http://bit.ly/2IWUfS4 Facebook: http://bit.ly/2s22WRB Twitter: http://bit.ly/2GDZroI Instagram: http://bit.ly/2GFM6fQ LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2IDik0W
Martial Art Science - How does balance work (40 minute free instruction)
Learn more, and get the full two hour video, at http://Pramek.com Use coupon code 'youtube' for 20% off your purchase in the shop! An excerpt from the full HEq video, Matt talks through the science of equilibrium and balance in martial art.
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Designer: Cecilie Vår Norsahl
Cecilie Vår Norsahl is behind ARTSCI Magazine; an independent publication that focuses on the art genre ART-SCIENCE. This is a genre that works in the field of tension between art and science and explores essential questions in life and the mysterious wonders of the world – from man’s role in the universe to the invisible light of the sun. The magazine contains a curated selection of beautiful and thought-provoking art prints. The first edition – The AWE & WONDER ISSUE – is a limited edition issue published with special permission by selected artists. #designforpeople #art #science #magazine #explorer
How to make latte art better
I re-upload a new video without that wand and the sad music. Haters, I have to thank you guys to make me improve my video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RI-8NKRnxQ About that steam wand: https://pixabay.com/videos/id-251/ The light and background in my work shop is not so good to take a beautiful, so I got this CC license clip from PIXABAY. Sorry for those misunderstanding I've ever made, I won't do that anymore. This time we'll see what mistake we'll made when we're just start to learn latte art. I'll talk about the mistakes I've ever made. Really thank you guys for watching. If you are looking for other "How To" videos: Part 1 How to make a good milk foam for coffee latte and cappuccino https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QR0QcDorMo Part 2 How to pour a latte art coffee https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXvwtT6NhKE The Part 4 How to froth the milk for latte art: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXTzp41fOUk If you like my videos, please subscribe my channel If you have something to say, please leave a comment, I'll read it.
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Science Gallery London | Where Science and Art Collide
Science Gallery London is a free to visit space in London Bridge. Part of King's College London, it is a vibrant, interactive place where art and science collide through exhibitions and events developed by artists, scientists and young adults. Open to all, Science Gallery London aims to capture the imagination of young adults aged 15-25 and inspire them to consider their world in a new way. The regularly changing programme will provide a platform for the local community to share their thoughts on cutting-edge research, enhance the King’s student experience and deliver impact for the university’s academic community. The Gallery features exhibition spaces, a theatre, a modern British café and a shop. As part of the project, Guy’s Courtyard has been transformed from a car park into a newly-landscaped public square.
Benny Greb "Handbreak" - The Art & Science of Groove DVD
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Crazy Ideas : Art, Science and Technology  Intro
Welcome to Crazy Ideas The Main Purpose Of this Channel is to Educate those people who are Interested in making Science projects for there school and Colleges,How to and Craft Videos,Using Simple House hold items.DIY Tutorials, Cool Projects, Life Hacks, Science Experiments, Cool Ideas For you to try at home.I will Try to explain Everything Clearly. We Upload Full HD Videos Every Week With awesome Music. I love my subscribers and you are ny inspiration i will try to make something new, So let me know what you guys want to me make.Use of video content for personal projects is at your own risk. Please Subscribe to our channel and Stay tuned for Upcomming wonderfull Videos -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How to Make Electric Air Pump For Ballons At Home || Air pump || Crazy Ideas" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apZQxQu2VnA -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- #crazyideas #lifehacks #diy #scienceexperiments
Benny Greb " Subdivision & Interplay" The Art & Science of Groove DVD
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Views: 152692 Benny Greb
The elegant college of arts and science first magazine 'URAVA'
The elegant college of arts and science located at puliyaparamb in palakkad district. Urava is the first magazine of our college. This magazine contains the details of our college till 2017.Special thanks to professor C A Hydrose sir , Dr S Ishack sir , K R Shefeeq sir and all professor and assistant professor of The Elegant College of arts and science. We are dedicating this magazine to our first pass out batch.
Who am I -- identity, race, science & art | Bart Vargas | TEDxOmaha
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Artist Bart Vargas always wanted to know about his lineage but traditional methods failed him. Thanks to the falling cost of genetic testing and a new art fellowship, he finally got some answers - and some surprises. Bart Vargas, from Bellevue, Nebraska, has exhibited nationally and internationally, and his work can be found in many collections throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. His works have also been featured in many publications including Sculpture magazine, New American Paintings, and HGTV Magazine. Vargas has received many awards including the 2012 Omaha Entertainment and Arts Award for Best Visual Artist. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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The Art and Science of Mindfulness with Dr. Shauna Shapiro
Consciousness Hacking Meetup: San Francisco, November 28th, 2016 Dr. Shauna Shapiro - scientist, author, and world renowned mindfulness expert - guides us at the razors edge where the science and practice of mindfulness meet. And there are few people in the world more qualified to take us there. Shauna weaves 20 years of deep meditation practice with over 150 scientific articles. She's been featured in Wired magazine, was hosted by Google, has been honored by the Dalai Lama's Mind and Life Institute, and has published multiple critically acclaimed texts including the The Art and Science of Mindfulness, and Mindful Discipline: A loving approach to setting limits and raising an emotionally intelligent child. Dr. Shapiro will use ancient wisdom and modern science to examine the mechanisms through which mindfulness can help us change, learn, and grow. We’ll discover how a limited understanding of mindfulness as a cognitive-attentional practice can inadvertently backfire — and what we can do to manifest its true benefits. Dr. Shapiro will introduce a model of mindfulness which focuses on the importance of the attitude with which we pay attention. When we weave together our attitude and intention with attention, true learning and transformation can take place. Finally, guided by a central theme of neuroplasticity -- what we practice grows stronger -- we will inquire deeply into the essential questions: What do we want to practice? What do we want to grow? ~ Shauna Shapiro, PhD, is a professor, author, and internationally recognized expert in mindfulness. With twenty years of meditation experience studying in Thailand, Nepal, and in the West, Dr. Shapiro brings an embodied sense of mindfulness to her scientific work. She has published over 150 journal articles and chapters, and coauthored the critically acclaimed texts, The Art and Science of Mindfulness, and Mindful Discipline: A loving approach to setting limits and raising an emotionally intelligent child. Dr. Shapiro is the recipient of the American Council of Learned Societies teaching award, acknowledging her outstanding contributions to graduate education, as well as a Contemplative Practice Fellow of the Mind and Life Institute, co-founded by the Dalai Lama. Dr. Shapiro has been invited to present her work to the King of Thailand, the Danish government, and the World Council for Psychotherapy in Beijing, China, as well as to Fortune 100 Companies including Cisco Systems, Genentech and Google. Her work has been featured in Wired magazine, USA Today, Dr. Oz, the Huffington Post, Yoga Journal, and the American Psychologist.
Views: 1879 Consciousness Hacking
Lost Art of the Pulps -- Science Fiction
American publishing has taken many turns in the last 200 years. One of the best periods for American writers and artists was the era of pulp magazines, those inexpensive magazines on cheap wood pulp paper that flourished from about 1920 to 1950, when the new infant television and mass market paperbacks finally froze them out. There were literally hundreds of pulps coming out weekly or monthly, selling for 10 cents or less, then 15 cents, and finally 25 cents each. It was a good time for beginning illustrators and writers. With so many covers needing art and so many pages to fill, the pulps offered a rich proving ground for newcomers, as well as a lush field for established writers and artists. This is another pulp genre that welcomed new writers and artists -- Science Fiction and Fantasy.
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ASK Magazine Review | Arts & Science Magazine for Kids by Cricket Media
If you haven't checked out Cricket Media magazines, you are missing out! They are fabulous magazines for kids. Whether you homeschool or not, these magazines will be a delightful addition to your home. Covering topics from history to science to people and for ages toddler through teen, Cricket Media has a publication suited to every interest and age! Today I'm sharing ASK magazine, Arts & Sciences for kids ages 6-9. Check out their website for a full sample magazine, their digital subbscriptions and more. http://cricketmedia.com/Ask-science-magazine-for-kids I am Tricia, a military wife & SAHM-turned-homeschooling mama to three kids. Home for us is hard to define....As the saying goes, home is where the Army sends you! From Sea to Shining Sea & in between. You can also find me-- on my Facebook page @ https://www.facebook.com/ThisLifeofOurs6/ on my blog @ http://www.thislifeofours.net/ on Instagram @ thislifeofours6 Royalty-free music provided by http://www.bensound.com/
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Pencils Down: The Art of Teaching Math and Science
What can we learn from the best teachers on the front lines? To shine a spotlight on this linchpin of our education system, Quanta Magazine followed four master science and math teachers into their classrooms. Read their stories at https://www.quantamagazine.org/20161011-math-science-teachers/. QUANTA MAGAZINE Website: https://www.quantamagazine.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/QuantaNews Twitter: https://twitter.com/QuantaMagazine You can also sign up for our weekly newsletter: http://eepurl.com/6FnWj. Video by Wilson Hester, Max Cantor, Rachel Globe and Lisa Iaboni for Quanta Magazine. Quanta Magazine is an editorially independent publication launched by the Simons Foundation.
Views: 3332 Quanta Magazine
Benny Greb - Making of The Art & Science of Groove
get it here: http://bennygreb.de/shop/en/DVDs/DVD-The-Art-and-Science-of-GROOVE.html this is a short version of the "Making of" that is included in the DVD ( and Digital download also available here: http://bennygreb.de/shop/en/Downloads/Download-The-Art-and-Science-of-GROOVE-full-HD.html
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Benny Greb "Use all your Senses" - The Art & Science of Groove DVD
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The Flights Of Icarus (1977) Art Book, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Surrealism.. Heavy Metal
The flights of icarus is a 1977 various artists art book compilation of science fiction pictures, fantasy and surrealism. Book by Donald Lehmkuhl, Roger Dean and others... Many of these photos have been used by heavy metal magazine and many groups of the era. Music: 01. Nazareth - Beggars Day Rose In The Heather (1975) 02. Led Zeppelin - Hats Off To (Roy) Harper (1970) 03. Black Sabbath - Orchid (1971) 04. Taste - Bron On The Wrong Side Of Time (1969) La música que queria poner originalmente era Starship trooper de Yes o alguna de King Crimson que es lo que más le pega, pero al ser más famosos tienen un copyright mucho más fuerte y he preferido poner heavy metal no muy conocido y blues psicodélico así como un tema sinfónico de black sabbath. *I am not the owner of this content but it this supposes a problem I will detelete it Immediately. *link: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B1zXzB_YncuiZnA5QjNfMjJmeW8&usp=sharing "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
The Arts & Science of Decision Making - Full Session - WGS 2019
“There is an intricate process to decision-making which includes both personality and science.” Daniel Kahneman, Nobel Laureate and Professor of Psychology & Public Affairs @Princeton, opened his session on "The Art & Science of Decision Making" by stating that personality defines successful decision-making. #WorldGovSummit "على الفرد التدرب على دعم الحقائق المنطقية والموضوعية وعدم الانجرار وراء الأحكام الشخصية من أجل بناء قرارات بشكل أفضل" يتحدث دانيال كانيمان، أستاذ في الاقتصاد في جامعة برينستون والحائز على جائزة نوبل للاقتصاد، في الجلسات الرئيسية لـ #القمة_العالمية_للحكومات عن فن وعلم صناعة القرار.
To understand is to perceive patterns - Science's marriage to Art produces Wonders
Ecstatic Illumination expressed as a non-commercial mashup. Where as once we were blind, now we can see. This is a PSA to infect you with AWE. Let it resonate. Patterns - Humanity's ever growing urge of reasoning through looking into and analysing for patterns. From Notthisbody By @jason_silva and @notthisbody - Follow us on Twitter! Featuring "Welcome To Lunar Industries" by Clint Mansell. Buy it on iTunes! INSPIRATION: The Imaginary Foundation says "To Understand Is To Perceive Patterns"... Albert-László Barabási, author of LINKED, wants you to think about NETWORKS: "Networks are everywhere. The brain is a network of nerve cells connected by axons, and cells themselves are networks of molecules connected by biochemical reactions. Societies, too, are networks of people linked by friendships, familial relationships and professional ties. On a larger scale, food webs and ecosystems can be represented as networks of species. And networks pervade technology: the Internet, power grids and transportation systems are but a few examples. Even the language we are using to convey these thoughts to you is a network, made up of words connected by syntactic relationships." 'For decades, we assumed that the components of such complex systems as the cell, the society, or the Internet are randomly wired together. In the past decade, an avalanche of research has shown that many real networks, independent of their age, function, and scope, converge to similar architectures, a universality that allowed researchers from different disciplines to embrace network theory as a common paradigm.' Steven Johnson, author of Where Good Ideas Come From, writes about recurring patterns and liquid networks: "Coral reefs are sometimes called "the cities of the sea", and part of the argument is that we need to take the metaphor seriously: the reef ecosystem is so innovative because it shares some defining characteristics with actual cities. These patterns of innovation and creativity are fractal: they reappear in recognizable form as you zoom in and out, from molecule to neuron to pixel to sidewalk. Whether you're looking at original innovations of carbon-based life, or the explosion of news tools on the web, the same shapes keep turning up... when life gets creative, it has a tendency to gravitate toward certain recurring patterns, whether those patterns are self-organizing, or whether they are deliberately crafted by human agents" Patrick Pittman from Dumbo Feather adds: "Put simply: cities are like ant colonies are like software is like slime molds are like evolution is like disease is like sewage systems are like poetry is like the neural pathways in our brain. Everything is connected. "...Johnson uses 'The Long Zoom' to define the way he looks at the world—if you concentrate on any one level, there are patterns that you miss. When you step back and simultaneously consider, say, the sentience of a slime mold, the cultural life of downtown Manhattan and the behavior of artificially intelligent computer code, new patterns emerge." James Gleick, author of THE INFORMATION, has written how the cells of an organism are nodes in a richly interwoven communications network, transmitting and receiving, coding and decoding and how Evolution itself embodies an ongoing exchange of information between organism and environment.. (Its an ECO-SYSTEM, an EVOLVING NETWORK) "If you want to understand life," Wrote Richard Dawkins, "don't think about vibrant, throbbing gels and oozes, think about information technology." (AND THINK ABOUT NETWORKS!! Author Paul Stammetts writes about The Mycelial Archetype: He compares the mushroom mycelium with the overlapping information-sharing systems that comprise the Internet, with the networked neurons in the brain, and with a computer model of dark matter in the universe. All share this densely intertwingled filamental structure. Geoffrey WEST on The sameness of organisms, cities, and corporations: blog.ted.com/2011/07/26/qa-with-geoffrey-west/ Stephen Johnson's LONG VIEW nytimes.com/2006/10/08/magazine/08games.html?pagewanted=all dumbofeather.com/blog/post/on-slime-molds-and-sewage-steven-johnson-s-origin-of-­the-idea/ guardian.co.uk/science/2010/oct/19/steven-johnson-good-ideas?cat=science&type=ar­ticle BARABASI's Scale Free Networks: scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=scale-free-networks Manuel Lima's Visual Complexity: visualcomplexity.com Paul Stammets Myceilum is everywhere: realitysandwich.com/google_and_myceliation_consciousness *********** A collaboration of /Jason Silva and /Notthisbody incorporating: Vimeo/ /Aaron Koblin /entpm /Andrea Tseng /Genki Ito /ItoWorld /Dominic /Cheryl Colan /TheNightElfik /Paulskiart /Grant Kayl /blyon /resonance /gtAlumniMag /Katie Armstrong /Page Stephenson /Jesse Kanda /Jared Raab /Angela Palmer /elliottsellers /flight404 /Pedro Miguel Cruz /Takuya Hosogane /kimpimmel /Rob Whitwort
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Talking Shop: Framing Science through Art
From photographing a 13,000 year old eucalyptus specimen to an 80,000 year old clonal tree colony, Rachel Sussman's work captures an incredibly diverse breadth of living things that were here long before us, and will hopefully be here long after. Recently she visited Kickstarter HQ to discuss her project, titled "The Oldest Living Things in the World." Highlights include: Getting to the 7,200 year old Jōmon Sugi (at 8:14) Differing funding situations for scientists and artists (at 14:46) How do you age these organisms that are tens of thousands of years old? (Answer at 30:35) Rachel's project is here http://kck.st/95UPak Talking Shop is an ongoing series of discussions with leaders in the Kickstarter community. Subscribe here to get new Talking Shop videos each week https://www.youtube.com/user/kickstarter?sub_confirmation=1 \\ Music // Cha Cha Demo by James Pants
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Inside Nuance: the art and science of how Siri speaks
In this feature we go behind the scenes at Nuance Communications, a company that develops voice technology for Apple, Dragon, and many others. Technology companies have been trying to make computers speak "naturally" since before the PC was first introduced. Now, with more advanced software and an elaborately crafted process, companies are getting closer to making computer-human interaction seamless. Read the full feature here: http://www.theverge.com/2013/9/17/4596374/machine-language-how-siri-found-its-voice Clarification: Allison Dufty is not the voice of Siri, and neither she nor The Verge intended to imply that she is. More from The Verge: Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theverge Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/theverge/videos Visit our playlists: http://www.youtube.com/theverge/playlists Like The Verge on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/verge Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/verge Follow on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/verge Read More: http://www.theverge.com
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Unbox Daily:  ALL NEW Barbie Team Stacie Dolls & Play Sets | Soccer | Art Science & more
by request: Unbox the ALL NEW Team Stacie Dolls with Froggy!! These Fabulous Dolls come with cute accessories and are just perfect for any collector! Enjoy and Happy Collecting! Buy your Froggy Fresh Doll here: https://the-fresh-dolls.myshopify.com/collections/wave-2-pre-orders/products/froggy-fresh-doll-wave-2-deluxe-set Check out our Instagram @myfroggystuff for weekly giveaways!! Our Second Channel: http://www.youtube.com/createsomethingfab Official Website: http://www.createsomethingfabulous.com check us out at: http://www.myfroggystuff.blogspot.com facebook : http://www.facebook.com/pages/My-Froggy-Stuff/138993812811851?sk=wall&filter=1 fun stuff for kids: http://www.myfroggyboy.blogspot.com shop: http://www.froggystuff.etsy.com
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The Art & Science of Cymatics - John Stuart Reid
Beautiful imagery and geometric art produced by mere sound waves! Listen to cymatic researcher, John Stuart Reid, discuss his incredible findings from decades of research in this field; and how sound vibration may have the potential to heal a variety of ailments! JOHN'S WEBSITE: http://www.cymascope.com/ CYMASCOPE APP: http://www.cymascope.com/cyma_researc... GREAT PYRAMID EXPERIMENTS: http://www.cymascope.com/cyma_researc... EGYPTIAN SONICS ARTICLE: https://www.cymascope.com/shop/produc... YOUR VOICE MADE VISIBLE: https://www.cymascope.com/shop/produc... ================================================== For more, check out: http://www.JoeDolezal.com Also, be sure to check out: http://www.ThePyramidCenter.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joe.dolezal.35
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Cryptic 2017: Art and Science Discussion
As part of the second edition of the art and science exhibition Cryptic 2017, Ben Murray and Clot Magazine (Lula Criado and Meritxell Rosell) organised a discussion about intuition, creativity and process in art, science and technology, with Prof. Arthur I Miller, Dr Max Reuter, and Adam Peacock, chaired by Ben Murray.
I, Science mag: issue 33 cover art
Our new magazine edition has been published! It's all about urban science this month. Check it out on our website: www.iScienceMag.co.uk. Beautiful artwork by Jay Kural.
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Art, Science and the Artisan
Professor Rob Kesseler, UAL Chair of Arts, Design & Science talks about his practice working in the boundaries between art and science, the importance of cross disciplinary collaboration and his work at the Jodrell Laboratory at Kew Gardens. A full video of a talk of the same name which Rob presented at Wimbledon College of Art can be viewed here: With thanks to the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. Music: Moby '18' used with permission from mobygratis.com
How to make Science Magazine | School project | DAMNS | Ideas for a Magazine |
This is the video based on ideas for making science magazine for school project. This magazine is not individually made by me but by 5 other members of the group. I wish that this video would have helped you and given you some ideas for your school project. Thanks for watching! Have a cheerful day :)
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Keeneland Magazine: Science & Art (Spring 2014)
WinStar Farm combines high-tech and horsemanship during Thoroughbred breeding season.
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Architects of Labor: Ants, Art, & Science
Gabrielle Duggan, fiber artist, and Adrian Smith, ant scientst, collaborated on the art installation: Architectural Intersections: Ants, Art, & Science. The piece is on public display until January 2018 in Adrian Smith's glass-walled research lab in the Nature Research Center of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. Read our SciArt Magazine article: https://www.sciartmagazine.com/collaboration-ants-art-and-science.html Gabrielle & Adrian talked about this project more at the Science Cafe "Art in the Laboratory". Watch that here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcor089BKzw More of Gabrielle's work: http://www.gabrielleduggan.com/ More of Adrian's work: http://www.adrianalansmith.com/ More about the NC Museum of Natural Sciences: http://naturalsciences.org/ Video score, used with license, from http://www.soundofpicture.com/
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146 Years of Popular Science
We took 146 years of Popular Science illustrations and covers to animate a kind of PopSci universe—a timeline of great moments in science history! SUBSCRIBE! for more Popular Science on YouTube ►► http://pops.ci/yt-sub The cool thing about working for Popular Science is getting to say you work for a magazine that’s 146 years old. Think on that for a second. ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIX YEARS OF POPULAR SCIENCE. Einstein wasn’t even born when the first issue mailed out. (For the record, baby Al came on the scene in 1879—seven years after PopSci number one.) Well, we here at PopSci thought about all this and more. What we wound up exploring is what the universe looks like after 146 years of Popular Science. Because in the last century and a half of unprecedented discovery and advancement, PopSci has done more than just tell you about it in a magazine. We’ve taken up real estate in your brain and painted a picture of what the world—through those discoveries and advancements—truly looks like. So, we took 146 years of Popular Science art and illustrations to show you what we mean (also, Neil deGrasse Tyson may or may not eat Pluto in this video)… -Video by- Animation: Jason Drakeford Producer: Tom McNamara Producer: Eleanor Cummins Researcher: Lexi Krupp Researcher: Anna Brooks Thank you: Jane Goodall Institute, NASA As always, for more Popular Science go to www.popsci.com! #science #history #PopularScience #ElectromagneticWaves #HeinrichHertz #xray #WilhelmConradRontgen #Polonium #radium #MarieCurie #PierreCurie #firstflight #wrightbrothers #whitedwarf #atomicnucleus #gasmask #discovery #invent #flyingcar #Penicillin #antibiotic #pluto #clydetombaugh #volcano #nuclear #firstnuclear #laika #dog #spacedog #deepestpartofocean #ocean #janegoodall #primates #primatestools #platetectonics #apollo11 #space #firstman #firsthumans #moon #moonlanding #cleanairact #verarubin #darkmatter #universe #firstwhalefall #whalefall #apple #macintosh #firstapple #firstmac #mac #firstmacintosh #stevejobs #fossilembryo #dinosaur #dolly #clone #dollysheep #international spacestation #ISS #humangenome #pluto #dwarfplanet #NeildeGrasseTyson #lelandmelvin #ligo #gravitationalwaves #trappist1 #popsciart #art #animation #illustrations -Timeline- This is what the universe looks like after 146 years of Popular Science 1872 - Issue one of Popular Science 1886 - Electromagnetic waves confirmed by Heinrich Hertz 1895 - X-rays discovered by Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen 1898 - Polonium and radium discovered by Marie and Pierre Curie 1903 - First flight by the Wright Brothers 1910 - White dwarf first confirmed 1911 - Atomic nucleus discovered 1915 - Gas masks invented 1917 - Flying car first concept 1928 - Penicillin, the world’s first antibiotic, discovered 1930 - Pluto observed by Clyde Tombaugh 1931 - Scientists make a volcano erupt (for fun) 1945 - First nuke detonated 1957 - Laika, the first dog in space 1960 - Deepest part of the ocean explored (35,797 feet) 1960 - Jane Goodall shows how primates use tools 1963 - Plate tectonics confirmed 1969 - First humans on the moon (Apollo 11) 1970 - Clean Air Act passed 1970s - 1980s - Vera Rubin shows how dark matter interacts with the universe 1977 - First whale fall discovered 1984 - First Macintosh computer 1993 - Discovery of first fossil embryo of meat-eating dinosaur 1996 - Dolly the sheep is cloned 1998 - First part of international space station launched 2003 - Human Genome sequenced 2006 - Pluto downgraded to a “dwarf planet” 2009 - Astronaut Leland Melvin sneaks his dog into his official NASA portrait 2015 - LIGO detects gravitational waves 2017 - Trappist-1 Solar System discovered (including, maybe three future Earths?)
Views: 10541 Popular Science
Spirit Science 1 ~ Thoughts (2019 Deluxe Remake!)
Spirit Science is made possible by Patch Tarot and the Book of Patch! This is our own handmade Tarot which explains the structure of our human consciousness in remarkable detail. You can get the cards, the book, and the app right here: https://shop.spiritsciencecentral.com Nearly 8 years ago, Spirit Science 1 first debuted on the internet, sparking the beginning of a massive journey for so many of us, exploring the nature of consciousness, spirituality, and the mysteries of life. Today, in 2019, we take that conversation to the next level! In this brand new deluxe edition of Spirit Science 1, we have taken all that you loved about the original Spirit Science 1, and transformed it with updated information, a number of scientific experiments, and brand new drawings, many of which are re-creations of the original art! Thank you all for 8 years of Spirit Science, and here’s to another amazing 8 years to come! With that, we’ve got a bunch of things for you to check out! Further, here is a link to “The Transformation of Jordan River”, the Rythmia testimonial that we mentioned in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAldQ9yWBco If you have the opportunity, we highly recommend going to Rythmia! You can save $300 on your trip by referring Spirit Science when booking! Learn more at https://rythmia.com/ssevent There are also a number of amazing videos about this subject on Gaia! You can watch a few free videos and get a membership at https://gaia.com/spiritscience Sources from video: Dean Radin Ph.D “New Experiments Show Consciousness Affects Matter” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRSBaq3vAeY Rupert Sheldrake Ph.D “The Extended Mind” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hic18Xyk9is Rupert Sheldrake Ph.D “The Sixth Sense” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jiJM4ybiho Rupert Sheldrake Ph.D “Open Minds – Spiritual Approach to Science” Available on Gaia @ https://gaia.com/spiritscience Fritz Albert Popp Ph.D Complete Works https://www.biontologyarizona.com/dr-fritz-albert-popp/ See also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5zEvRMU248 Dr. Emoto’s Rice Experiment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ehlw-9PJkIE (Google the experiment to see others results too!) For a complete list of sources, visit https://spiritsciencecentral.com/spirit-science/full-episode-list/thoughts/ ~ Support our studio https://www.patreon.com/spiritstudios https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvSI... Join the community https://www.facebook.com/SpiritScienc... https://www.instagram.com/spiritscien... https://twitter.com/spiritsciences
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Art, Science, and Why We Do What We Do
This video was created by art student Curtis Cooper (University of Arizona) at the 2015 Art of Planetary Science Exhibition. He asked members of the public to share their feelings on the connections between art and science, and why the study of space was important to them.
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Art, Science & the Thirsty World Video Installation in 'Visualizing Water Worlds', Venice, Italy
***PLEASE NOTE*** there is an error in the text a 4'40" and 5'35". The music for 'Flood Days' is composed by KATE WHITLEY. A corrected video can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_0LLUgehOk Art Science and the Thirsty World video installation at Venice to Expo 2015, as part of "Visualizing Water Worlds", Venice Arsenale Tesa 105. A project implemented by Comune di Venezia and Centro Internazionale Civiltà dell'Acqua Onlus with the participation of UNESCO Venice Office, supported by Eulabor Institute, curated by Eriberto Eulisse, Gail Holst-Warhaft and Christina Sassayannis. Art, Science & the Thirsty World was an interdisciplinary conference project between the University of Oxford and Cornell University organized by Oxford graduate students Cayenna Ponchione (Music), Jessica Thorn (Biodiversity) and Benedict Morrison (Film) in collaboration with Cornell Professor Gail Holst-Warhaft (Comparative Literature and Biological and Environmental Engineering, Director of the Cornell Institute for European Studies Mediterranean Initiative). The conference cast together academics in the arts and the sciences to pursue a critical exploration of interdisciplinary practice through collaborative presentations and performances. It facilitated dialogue between researchers and practitioners in the arts, sciences and engineering and sought to foster creative, innovative and trans-disciplinary discussions about water scarcity solutions. The video features commentary by Nobel Prize winning chemist, Roald Hoffmann, and University of Oxford Professor of Music, Daniel Grimley, the interdisciplinary work of Gail Holst-Warhaft, Tammo Steenhuis (Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University) and Mariza Koch (Greek folk singer) as well as the collaborative projects their program has inspired including the work of Oxford and Cornell graduate students Avery Slater, Jessica Thorn, Toby Young, Elizabeth Carter, Charles Ogilvie, and Cayenna Ponchione. The film was produced by Cayenna Ponchione and Gail Holst-Warhaft in partnership with the SAE Institute of Oxford (Colin Ryde, campus manager) and student videographers Gina Money (Miss Money Films) and Morgan Church (Nova Lion Pictures). Performers include: Mariza Koch and her school’s children’s choir, Charlotte Tetley (mezzo-soprano), Oxford Sinfonia, Sinfonia Gaia, Cayenna Ponchione (conductor), Andrew Zhou (piano), and Ivana Bilić (marimba). Composers include: Daniel Hulme, Rachel Lockwood, Kate Whitley, Toby Young and John Duggan. Artwork is by Christine Destrempes (Art for Water) and the film is narrated by Benedict Morrison. Video footage was captured by Mark Lawrence (Cornell University) and the SAE Institute (at the Tandem Festival, Oxford), and still images were provided by Jessica Thorn and Cayenna Ponchione. Art, Science & the Thirsty World is sponsored The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, Merton College, the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future (Cornell University), Cornell Institute for European Studies, and the Brettschneider Fund. For more information contact Cayenna Ponchione at thirstyworld2014 [at] gmail.com.
How to create an Art Floor
I have created a number of magazine floors, which are durable, artsy and very affordable if you recycle art in magazines :) I have used a mixture of art, science and sport magazines and have managed to create (in my opinion) some pretty cool floors. This started as I had a large space in my home that I could not afford to cover in wood or carpet and embarked on a major art project to cover the space in magazine pages. Little did I know that five years later it would still look fantastic. It's also easy to clean and super durable, so if you fancy making one too all the steps are in this video :) Find out more about my projects at jennyofthejane.com. Special thanks to John Sweeney for filming/editing this video, check out more of his work at sweentown.com.
Views: 166 Jennifer Jane
RNL - Someone Who Cares: The Science and Art of Nursing
Patients learn from nurses every day, but nurses also learn from their patients. In this video, produced collaboratively by Reflections on Nursing Leadership magazine (Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International) and the nursing department of Houston Methodist Hospital, Houston, Texas, nurses share moments of "specialness" that make their lives significant. "When you look at nursing and why people select that field, it remains always the same thing," says Ann Scanlon McGinity, PhD, RN, FAAN. "People who choose nursing are people who really want to make the world better, who want to care for patients, and who want to be with people in times of crisis—and bring strengths to those folks that they have learned through the science and art of nursing." Who can do the work of nursing? "It's a very skilled, committed person, who brings energy and enthusiasm," says McGinity, "because every day there's the opportunity for a gift to be had from the patient."
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Master Class - Art And Science [Trip-hop][jazzy hiphop][jazz hiphop]
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Art, Science & Religion |  Origin by Dan Brown |  Book Review
Brought to you by Dan Brown, Origins is the book for anyone enthralled by the intersection of Art, Science and Religion. SHOP ETHICALLY: Get 10% off all ETHCS apparel: www.ETHCS.com/DC10 OR USE CODE: DC10 DONATE: Bitcoin: 1DjaaxyfNfYAmVSiMtj8QZtaaax7obgS2b Litecoin: LeDhQNNMebCQjJMS5kDC6dUemXtepNQSZm Dash: XkLUwimpuvrcpTjnaAe99JDNBBkuoUVXLT Bitcoin Cash: 1CW6BFX3SbCYfzAZyhJh9tckEWwxP4VWju Ethereum: 0xb36CC5E173690E6d91D910e2DCA1b97661ffe581 SOCIAL MEDIA ★ Instagram ➞ @doubtfulcentrist ★ Twitter ➞ @doubtfulcentrst ANIMATION: Matt Costa (https://vimeo.com/user75683391) MUSIC: My Here Waiting - Tim Aviss: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/my-here-waiting/989865840?i=989865843 Closing track: currently untitled but created for me by a good friend.
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FUTURE WORLD: WHERE ART MEETS SCIENCE - Mori Art Museum ~ Teamlabs Digital Art
The exhibitions are world-class, focused mainly on contemporary culture, but the secrets of the Mori Art Museum’s success are location (part of the phenomenally popular Roppongi Hills), location (on the 52nd and 53rd floors of the Mori Tower, offering spectacular views) and location (within a two-floor ‘experience’ that includes a bar, cafe, shop and panoramic observation deck). One ticket allows access to all areas, and the late opening hours maximise accessibility. Exhibitions are deliberately varied, with past offerings including Bill Viola’s video art, a survey of the Middle Eastern art world and the periodic Roppongi Crossing group shows for Japanese artists. The vista from Tokyo City View isn’t quite 360°, and it’s expensive compared to the free Tokyo Metropolitan Government building observatory, but the views are arguably better, especially at night with a drink in your hand from Mado Lounge. If you don't mind paying an extra ¥500, you take a short elevator ride to the rooftop Sky Deck, and take in an even better – not to mention rather breezier – vista.
Views: 3397 Alex Purnana
Nathan Myhrvold: "Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking" | Food at Google
Dr. Nathan Myhrvold is chief exec­u­tive offi­cer and a founder of Intellectual Ventures, a firm ded­i­cated to cre­at­ing and invest­ing in inven­tions. In addi­tion to stim­u­lat­ing the inven­tion of oth­ers, Myhrvold is him­self an active inven­tor, with nearly 250 patents issued or pending—including sev­eral related to food tech­nol­ogy. Before found­ing his inven­tion com­pany, Myhrvold was the first chief tech­nol­ogy offi­cer at Microsoft. He estab­lished Microsoft Research, and dur­ing his tenure he over­saw many advanced tech­nol­ogy projects. He left Microsoft in 1999 to pur­sue sev­eral inter­ests, includ­ing a life­long inter­est in cook­ing and food science. Myhrvold com­peted on a team that won first place in sev­eral cat­e­gories at the 1991 World Championship of Barbecue, includ­ing first prize in the spe­cial pasta cat­e­gory for a recipe that Myhrvold devel­oped on the day of the contest. After work­ing for two years as a stagierat Seattle's top French restau­rant, Rover's, Myhrvold com­pleted culi­nary train­ing with renowned chef Anne Willan at the Ecole De La Varenne. In addi­tion, he has worked as Chief Gastronomic Officer for Zagat Survey, pub­lisher of the pop­u­lar Zagat restau­rant guide­books. Through his many vis­its to the world's top restau­rants, Myhrvold has become per­son­ally acquainted with many of the lead­ing Modernist chefs and the science-inspired cook­ing tech­niques they have pioneered. Myhrvold is him­self an accom­plished prac­ti­tioner of Modernist cui­sine. He has con­tributed orig­i­nal research on cook­ing sous vide to online culi­nary forums, and his sous vide tech­niques have been cov­ered in the New York Times Magazine, Wired, and PBS's "Gourmet's Diary of a Foodie" tele­vi­sion series.
Views: 20717 Talks at Google
The Beginning of To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science
Visit: https://www.tothestarsacademy.com The public interest in the outer edges of science and the understanding of phenomena has always been suffocated by mainstream ideology and bureaucratic constraint. We believe there are transformative discoveries within our reach that will revolutionize the human experience, but they can only be accomplished through the unrestricted support of breakthrough research, discovery, and innovation. To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science has mobilized a team of the most experienced, connected and passionately curious minds from the US intelligence community, including the CIA and Department of Defense, that have been operating under the shadows of top-secrecy for decades. The team members all share a common thread of frustration and determination to disrupt the status quo, wanting to use their expertise and credibility to bring transformative science and engineering out of the shadows and collaborate with global citizens to apply that knowledge in a way that benefits humanity.