Princeton’s Art of Science 2014

 

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The Princeton’s Art of Science 2014 exhibition showcases images of artistic merit created during the course of scientific research. These images were chosen from more than 250 submissions from undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, staff, and alumni representing more than 25 different departments at PrincetonUniversity. They span research topics including fruit fly gestation, tropical fungi, silicon crystals in computer chips, Tanzanian wildebeest, and crystallized Vitamin C. Free with NYSCI admission.

Featured photo: Watermarks by Sara Sadri
Water can erode rock, carve through cliffs, and sculpt sand. Water moving back and forth on the Atlantic coast created this intricate pattern. As a hydrologist, Sara Sadri is fascinated by the natural phenomena of planet Earth. The way water in this picture found its way back to the ocean is reminiscent of a peacock’s tail spreading under the sun or a woman’s hair blowing in the wind.

Read more about Princeton’s Art of Science 2014 in Phys.org.

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