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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Chemistry Imagined: Connecting Art and Science

  • Aired: 09/28/2013
  • 01:31:46
  • Rating: TV-G
Roald Hoffmann, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Chemistry, Cornell University, and Vivian Torrence, Visual Artist, discuss their collaboration which produced a book filled with stories, poetry, essays and painted collages that stress the social, literary and psychological aspects of chemistry. Steve Paulson from Wisconsin Public Radio directs a discussion about this intersection of art and science.
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