Art of Science video

Here's a new video of some of the things I got a chance to do and see in the Heller lab, as well as a peek at what I'm working on for the Art of Science exhibit later this year.

Dr. Daniel Heller

I am so excited to be paired with Dr. Daniel Heller of the Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry department at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center for the Ligo Project Art of Science program.

Dr. Heller's work employs nanotechnology for the early detection of cancer and the innovative treatment of metastatic disease.

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Ligo Project: The Art of Science

Beginning in April 2014, I will be participating in the Ligo Project Art of Science program.

Art of Science is a 6-month artist-in residence program that allows each artist the opportunity to interact with scientists, learn about research and, from these interactions, create a piece of science inspired art. Using the universal language of art as a vehicle to promote science innovation and explore fundamental questions that interest and affect us all, Art of Science leverages this power as a unique & powerful marketing tool for opportunities in and centered around science & scientific innovations.

Ligo Project is a movement.  A movement to connect and apply cutting edge scientific discoveries to real world problems and to make this happen more rapidly and less expensively, so that scientific innovations bear an even broader impact on the general public– improving quality of life in general and especially for those living with disease.