“Kids are prone to be on their phone and their iPads, prone to sharing things and making things. Instead of trying to divorce education from that, let’s lean into that.”
"The goal of animation is not realism, but the illusion of realism.”
Japanese designer Yoshiki Matsuyama is fascinated by science—particularly the biological and physical explanations for the shapes, colors, and textures of nature. So when he entered a recent design challenge on the theme of curiosity, he decided to create a product that answers a classic question: Why is the sky blue?
Mark Levinson, a filmmaker with a PhD in physics talks about finding the human story behind science’s biggest breakthrough, and the documentary as science experiment.
Physics can help us model everything from cell growth to the movement of planets. Apparently it also understands how cities live and die.
The ghosts of theorems past: Photographer Alejandro Guijarro’s series, Momentum, is a collection of images that show the post-lecture blackboards at leading quantum mechanics research institutions.