In Science, not Art a young generation of first-class scientists - most of them Royal Society Young Fellows - kept diaries over several months which reveal, with an unusual honesty, the frustrations, comic ironies and occasional ...
Author: Jon Turney
In Science, not Art a young generation of first-class scientists - most of them Royal Society Young Fellows - kept diaries over several months which reveal, with an unusual honesty, the frustrations, comic ironies and occasional breakthroughs in the charged and highly competitive world of contemporary science. What do mathematicians actually do? How are hypotheses dreamed up and then tested in space physiology, climate change or neuroscience? And how does an intense commitment to understanding more about the world impact on scientists' private lives?
Let me trace What lines distinctive part thee from thy race : Their voice tbou bast -
their features - upright formAnd heart that throbs with instinct not less warm . But ,
ab ! -the feelings of that heart are blind , And stray unguided by far - seeing ...
What -we will not say thoughtlessly , but with can be of more importance to us
than little of those precautions which educato know whether we who all of us en
tion demands . With those who do read , courage such tutors in our houses , are ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on PatentsPublish On: 1935
Here is the place or the point to start for the Nation ; and I believe not only should
you have a national symphony orchestra , but I believe a college of national
symphony orchestra . Mr . Daly . I do not think it really is . Mr . TIBBETT . Only in ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Patents
Social Science in Germany . Lord Salisbury on Education , this , he seems to
have devoted especial attention to mineralogy Mr. P. A. Taylor and the Cat . and
other branches of the science not ordinarily prominent in The Consolations of Art
Author: Sir George Cornewall LewisPublish On: 1852
All genuine science has ultimately its utility in practice , 1.00 less than art ; but it
has no immediate view ... jurisprudence , may be alvanced by persons who
belong to no military profession -- who are not orators , or poets , or practising
Wilson surveys international artists who incorporate concepts and research from mathematics, the physical sciences, biology, kinetics, telecommunications, and experimental digital systems such as artificial intelligence and ubiquitous ...
Author: Stephen Wilson
Publisher: MIT Press
An introduction to the work and ideas of artists who use—and even influence—science and technology.
The progress of science hitherto has been wonderful ; and yet it has but served to
make it more clear than ever that the ... or of all British North America as I hope it
soon will , should not be behind the nations of the world in furnishing workers in ...
44 is a very large likeness not in the highest style of art — if there be in of a very
comely lady , but the work will art a higher style than the adequate
represenhardly live long in the spectator's memory . tation of the simple incident .
The dexterous ...
at the cost of truth , in denying those necessities which in direct proportion with
the squares of the tcere but too renl — I could not help fearing that , distances
between the radiated atoms , reshould you see this letter , you would yourself feel
... if we take as the dial a few inches of magnebase what a man costs to bring
sium wire , which gives forth nuup , it appears from various calcu - merous
chemical rays . lations that we must estimate at Modern Progress in Science .not
less than ...
We are THE MONTH : of those who believe that science is the more vigorous , as
assuredly it is the more independent , for not being SCIENCE AND ART S .
patted on the back by those in power . To be encouAN inquiry is begun , which
Certainly he would not notice them , and our conundrum is , would his logical
conclusion tha : John's is a base art be right ? If not , why riot ? The first
impression made upon a stranger to Johannine portraiture would be that the
artist's clients ...
Based on thirty years of experience, this collection is bound to inspire with its deft balance of personal anecdotes and clinical know-how"--Back cover.
Author: Tor Riley
Category: Emergency medical technicians
"Being a paramedic is one of the best jobs in the world. One of the most satisfying parts of Tor Riley's job is introducing those new to the profession to the myriad small details not taught in the classroom: what he calls the 'art' of paramedic practice. Within these pages, readers will discover a wealth of tips, tricks, and golden advice for starting out in the pre-hospital environment. Based on thirty years of experience, this collection is bound to inspire with its deft balance of personal anecdotes and clinical know-how"--Back cover.
This book introduces art projects that resulted from unconventional explorations, curious experiments and their creative translations into sensorial experiences.
Author: Theresa Schubert
Publisher: World Scientific
This book introduces art projects that resulted from unconventional explorations, curious experiments and their creative translations into sensorial experiences. Using electronic and digital art, bioart, sculpture and installations, sound and performance, the authors are removing boundaries between natural and artificial, real and imaginary, science and culture. The invited artists and researchers come from cutting-edge fields of art production that focuses on creating aesthetic experiences and performative situations. Their artworks create a spatial aesthetic experience for visitors by manifesting themselves in physical space. Experiencing the Unconventional is a unique selection of works by artists not based on formal similarities, but on investigative practices. It offers in-depth insights and first-hand working experiences into current production of art works at the edge of art, science and technology. Contents:Epistemological Machines and Protocomputing (Mitchell Whitelaw and Ralf Baecker)The Crystal World (Jonathan Kemp)Nigredo: Configuring Human and Technological Bodies (Marco Donnarumma)Sensing Spatial Experiences. The Essential Nature of Things (Sonia Cillari)Perfect Paul: On Freedom of Facial Expression (Arthur Elsenaar)Hacking the Universe (Frederik De Wilde)Mesoscopic Ripples in the Neural Sea (Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand)Vanitas Machine (Verena Friedrich)Interview with Verena FriedrichConnections Continuum: A Life (Saša Spačal)A New State of the Living (Dmitry Bulatov)That Which Lives in Me (Dmitry Bulatov and Alexey Chebykin)Robotics and Design: Towards a New Symbiosis in Gilberto Esparza's Artwork (Reynaldo Thompson and Tirtha P Mukhopadhyay)Pancreas. All Flesh (Candyman)Demons of Art (Interview with Thomas Feuerstein by Hartmut Böhme)Metabodies — Exploring Social Networks on Our Body (Sonja Bäumel and Manuel Selg)Re-Imagining the Biological Membrane (Juan M Castro)Bodymetries. Mapping the Human Body Through Amorphous Intelligence (Theresa Schubert, Michael Markert, Moritz Dreβler, Andrew Adamatzky)The Engineer's Report: "Swarm Cities" and Other Synthetic Companions (Francisco Gallardo and Álvaro Castro-Castilla)Der Zermesser (Leo Peschta)Interview with Leo Peschta Readership: Artists and scientists interested in removing boundaries between their work.Key Features:Brings together established and emerging artists from Europe, the Americas and AsiaProvides in-depth insight and first hand working experiences into art works at the edge of art, science and technologyKeywords:Media Art;Electronic Art;Bioart;Unconventional Computing;Science;Technology;Robotics;Body Sensors
French plays , but neither in costume nor in com- From the time we penned the
opening address in pany of other actors . She therefore arrived attired 1832 , a
kind of new world has sprung up . We in black , the most costly lace covering her
1.61 Those who are in the habit of unnecessarily im- sidered as trustworthy
judges and guides in mat1.28 mersing their fingers in poisonous solations in the
ters of art ; for it was not sufficient that the 1864 1.27 idea that the skin is
competent to ...
Permit us further to observe , that this state of ideal independence , in marking the
longitude , will not be at all attained by ... If the use of the instruments of art or the
methods of science , introduced by other nations , be beneficial to us , the most ...
Its history, 4 et seq. ; the term (Aoyuki) as marking a particular science not so old
as the science itself, ib. ; not used in ... icureans, and other ancient schools P
philosophy, 9; 2. the Genus of Logic—whether science or art, 9 et seq., see also ii