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How we see innovation

You know how it is as you go round an art gallery with a diverse collection.  Some pieces are exciting, even thrilling, whereas other pieces make you think “Oh, it’s just more of that sort of stuff, is it?”  Your … Continue reading

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Art and science: a love story

I got a chance to visit the inspiring Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at MOSI recently. He believed, absolutely, that there is no art without science – and turned his prodigious talent to being a painter, engineer, inventor, musician, scientist and mathematician. I think that is more difficult today. A few hundred years ago, different branches of science, arts and philosophy were more closely intertwined, and scholars often crossed over between what we would now consider to be disparate branches of knowledge.
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