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  1. Science Bulletins: Landmark Observation Upholds Cosmic Inflation

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    Astronomers have detected evidence of the young Universe’s formative growth spurt in the moments following the Big Bang. After more than a decade of observations and data analysis with a South…

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    • Science Bulletins: Brains Process Sounds into Sight

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      When someone is blind from birth, what happens in their brain’s visual cortex? Scientists have long thought that this portion of the brain was repurposed, processing the input from a sense other…

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      • Oda di Neuro w Centrum Kultury ZAMEK (Joanna Malinowska/Patryk Lichota/Krystian Klimowski)

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        Oda di Neuro (Joanna Malinowska Patryk Lichota Krystian Klimowski) is an installation that transfers the recipient into a symbolical representation of the brain microcosm. Recipients enter the installation…

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        • Wes Anderson // Centered

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          Music: The New Lobby Boy by Alexandre Desplat

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          • Devil In The Room

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            Throughout summer 2012, two or three times a week, I would wake up unable to move, deeply afraid and convinced there was someone or something in the room with me. Sometimes I would see or hear people…

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            • Science Bulletins: A Star’s Remains Reveal Its Dying Moments

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              Dead men tell no tales, but dead stars have plenty to say. Traces of elements left behind after stars explode can inform astronomers about how the star was ripped apart. NuSTAR, the first telescope…

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              • Science Bulletins: Neanderthal DNA Persists in Humans

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                When modern humans migrated out of Africa between 100,000 and 60,000 years ago, they encountered and bred with Neanderthals, our close relatives living in Europe and Asia. For people of non-African…

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                • Archeology of time

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                  FRANCAIS Depuis 2009 je m'attelle à déshabiller des textes et données à valeur spirituelle et/ou scientifique pour les ré-habiller de sensible. Ce processus…

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                  • Summer Work

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                    This video is a mini retrospective of twenty years of "Summer Work." My work follows parallel paths "Winter Work" that is primarily immersive video installation centered around…

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                    • Science Bulletins: Students Discover Young Supernova

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                      When a group of astronomy students gathered for a workshop at the University of London Observatory, little did they know they were about to see something extraordinary—a supernova still so young…

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                      • Science Bulletins: Biodiversity Unveiled—New Animal Discoveries of 2013

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                        From legless lizards to purring monkeys, scientists described thousands of unique animal species in 2013. Some species-rich regions like the Amazon basin yielded hundreds of discoveries, while museum…

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                        • Hidden Fields 2014

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                          Hidden Fields interprets dancers as fields whose movement creates ripples and waves in an invisible sea of energy. During a performance dancers literally step into, wander through, and play in the…

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