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Pop Microscopy. Bridging Art and Science Towards the Future
December 10 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Title: Two-photon excitation multiple fluorescence imaging of epithelian cells
Credit: Alberto Diaspro, Mirko Corosu
Microscopy: an art? Yes, if it is pop. Pop Microscopy. Bridging Art and Science towards the Future: A Travelling Show at the University of Florida, June 1, 2018 – December 31, 2018 as a part of Legacies of Leonardo: Celebrating 500 Years of Inquiry
Microscopy, as a technique in scientific investigation, had a key role in uncovering the intrinsic beauty of nature, leading some to propose that microscopy could be described as an art or even an art form. But is microscopy, which is essentially for scientific data acquisition and analysis, really an art?
From June 1st to the end of 2018, Pop Microscopy. Bridging Art and Science towards the Future will become a traveling exhibit. Through beautiful images of cells, molecules, organs and tissues, this show will bring art and science together to uncover Mother Nature’s deepest and most beautiful secrets. You are invited to explore the intrinsic beauty of nature all around campus.
In the next six months, Pop Microscopy will rotate amongst these locations:
Last show: November 16 – December 10, 2018
Center for Arts in Medicine (FAD): Antigua
Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women’s Studies (UST): Snake
Department of Chemistry (JHH): Green Sleeves, Leaf, and Wool
Informatics & Biodiversity Institutes: Lost (Focus on Fluorescence Imaging of Epithelian Cells)
Department of Biology (BAR): Frog
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (MCCD): Luna Park
Health Science Center Libraries (COM): Pacman
Biomedical Sciences Building (BMS): Ireland and Mermaid
Institute on Aging (CTRB): Magnolia
Emerging Pathogens Institute (EPI): Ariel and Glicine
Health Cancer Center (CGRC): Radici and Equatore
Department of Animal Science (ANS): The Scientist and La Ila
Organized by the One Health Center of Excellence, in collaboration with the Center of Arts in Medicine and the University Galleries, Pop Microscopy will launch the Legacies of Leonardo: Celebrating 500 Years of Inquiry, an interdisciplinary initiative by the University of Florida for the 500th anniversary of Leonardo Da Vinci’s death.
November 16 – December 10, 2018, 8:00AM-4:30PM