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Feature: Arts & Culture: Sculptor Jumps Headlong into Physics

Artist Kim Bernard created physics-inspired sculptures at Harvard University’s physics department, while also encouraging scientists to develop their own artwork. [Physics 9, 113] Published Tue Oct 04, 2016
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