Turning complex data into works of art has become essential for communicating and understanding science.
A fascination with aquatic creatures led Utah artist William James to fuse ceramics with cephalopods.
WATCH THE VIDEO Part robot, part prototype life-form, part kinetic sculpture, the Hylozoic Veil at The Leonardo Museum captures the imagination and raises the question, "What is life?".
A research scientist’s psychedelic art reveal solutions to technological puzzles.
Globally frogs and toads may be facing a mass extinction. At the Natural History Museum, scientists explained what they're doing to save local populations.
Photographers, painters, poets, and sculptors – all artists whose work covers a science theme are welcome to apply.
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