“Answers to Questions” and Questioning the Answers

Science isn’t all about hard facts and intricate detail: mired in the stacks of glossy-paged textbooks, we often forget that science is about inquiry and discovery, and that it can be a lot of fun. Dan Fang reminds us of this fact as she discusses the “play” of science, inspired by an exhibit at the Frist by John Wood and Paul Harrison called “Answers to Questions” and posits that the fun-loving, artistic scientist should be considered in addition to the corporate and the academic.

 “Answers to Questions” and Questioning the Answers

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~ by kievan09 on July 3, 2012.

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