May 4, 2014 § Leave a comment
Biology is a kind of music about life. Orchestrated complexity, with all the beauty and subtlety of a perfectly-composed song. Take your brain to the zoomed-in world of biologist Daniel Duzdevich, where the very little things inside cells make for the very big stuff of life. And take your soul to the dramatic plane of Stephany Boa and her operatic dissection of great music. Learn how many parts can sing together to create a whole, in science and in art.
Daniel studies how biological molecules interact with each other, and he spends much of his time scheming up tricks to see things that are just really difficult to see. Stephany, aka Vienna Boa, is an operatic singer and songwriter with a love for Mozart, Puccini and classical vocal literature, and a simultaneous sensibility for the modern pop song.