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A partnership between citizen scientists and the Museum of Natural History of Los Angeles County finds flies new to science in one of the world’s biggest cities
Last month, the first day of the #SciArt Tweet Storm was bombarded with porn bots during the first few hours. Solving this problem led to an interesting insight into how bots and Twitter function (some vulgar language ahead)
The #SciArt Tweet Storm swept over Twitter last month with an astonishing number of tweets displaying the intersection of art and science. In this post Glendon crunches the numbers for the community
Mad Art Cast, the podcast of the science-art site Mad Art Lab recently asked Symbiartic's Glendon Mellow to join them and discuss the #SciArt hashtag, the new material Vanta Black, and more
If you contribute to a culture that keeps sharing stolen works, someday there won't be enough art to go around.
Here's science blogger and author Brian Switek speaking about his apex predator dinosaur tattoos as part of the Royal Ontario Museum's upcoming exhibit, Tattoos: Ritual. Identity. Obsession. Art
Viruses get viruses, too.
Now that the blackest substance in existence has been created, sculptor and giant jelly bean maker Anish Kapoor has gained exclusive rights to use the transdimensional darkness.
The massive event that swept Twitter for a week last year starts again today.
Join the #SciArt Tweet Storm!
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