Art and science are often though of as completely separate pursuits, but what happens when artists and scientists actually talk to each other? In this episode of the podcast, we interview Dr. Cathy Murphy about her experiences inviting art students to spend time in her chemistry lab at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Painting by Leah Guadagnoli, inspired by nanocrystal waste! (courtesy of Cathy Murphy)
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE
- Podcast episode 4: Nano Superheroes: at the interface of art & science
- Podcast episode 7: What Do Glaciers Have to Do With Nanoscience?
- Dr. Murphy's lab page
- UIUC College of Fine & Applied Arts
- Artist Leah Guiadagnoli
- Prof. Chris Robinson, University of South Carolina
- Carnegie Mellon Moon Arts Project
- Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology
Interviewee: Prof. Cathy Murphy
Producer/Narrator: Miriam Krause