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June 5, 2005 6:40 AM   Subscribe

Art of Science Competition 2005 - A gallery of images celebrating the aesthetics of research at Princeton University. (via Amygdala)
posted by madamjujujive (11 comments total)

 
Very, very nice. See also Nikon's Small World competition.
posted by greatgefilte at 9:09 AM on June 5, 2005


Most of this stuff looks like bad hippy art done at some street market with a spray can and a rapidly rotating piece of card board.
posted by iwouldificould at 9:13 AM on June 5, 2005


I've always thought some histology pics (neural ones especially) were stunning; the histology lab at school here has a number of framed pics I'd love to steal and hang at home. But that would be wrong.
posted by deliquescent at 9:15 AM on June 5, 2005


Nice one madamejjj - thank you.
posted by adamvasco at 9:37 AM on June 5, 2005


Dynamic Asset Allocation in Freight Transportation is purty. Coud I order a large Acceleration in the Contamination and Depletion of Non-Renewable Resources for over my sofa?
posted by weapons-grade pandemonium at 9:56 AM on June 5, 2005


Beautiful stuff, thanks!
posted by grapefruitmoon at 10:07 AM on June 5, 2005


Science is cool.

Math stuff at Mathematica.
posted by fluffycreature at 10:16 AM on June 5, 2005


Perhaps I was to harsh? There is some interesting work here, I just think that some of it should be edited out. Just because you have it doesn't mean you have to show it.
posted by iwouldificould at 10:29 AM on June 5, 2005


This stuff is neat.

I've always been a fan of fractals. (via Fractalus).
posted by mikeweeney at 10:35 AM on June 5, 2005


Woah! Cool shots! I'll bet if you were to look closely enough at any large population/grouping of seemingly random objects, you'd find this kind of symetric beauty.
posted by Civil_Disobedient at 11:00 AM on June 5, 2005


I like. Art is groovy and science is cool, but together, they're groovycool!
posted by taz at 3:50 AM on June 7, 2005


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