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Creativity, Paul says, does not necessarily yield a work that everyone instantly recognizes as good. In many cases, it reconfigures our idea of what good is.
Working at the intersection of art and science, Hung “tweaks the methodologies of science,” she says.
Ann Pegelow Kaplan specializes in contemporary photography and digital arts but was trained as an anthropologist.
Sure, we want to be creative, but are we ready to handle the risks and the rigors? Meet some people who are.
Lesly Temesvari would like to bury the notion that creativity and science are somehow at odds.
The personal ambition to create, Summers says, is probably the same for an engineer as it is for a painter or a poet.
Tony Penna bides in a liminal space, between light and darkness.
Today Robert will teach Lanier how to repaint a damaged wall.
Last fall, CLIF sponsored a competition for the best micrographic images produced at Clemson.
Could a railroad built from the sea straight to the heart of a young America possibly have saved the country from the catastrophe of civil war?
Not every urban tree finds a home amid asphalt and concrete.
From clams and climate to human health, microbes rule.
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