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Science songster interview #3: RB Morris

Continuing with our survey of participants in the NIMBioS Songwriter-in-Residence program, here’s what RB Morris had to say. SAS&M: DESCRIBE YOUR CURRENT WORK AS A SONGWRITER/MUSICIAN IN A SENTENCE. RBM: Armed with an acoustic guitar I eek out a livelihood … Continue reading

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Science songster interview #2: Timothy Sellers

Today we turn to Timothy Sellers, another participant in the NIMBioS Songwriter-in-Residence program. Our questions for him were the same as those for Kay Stanton, but his answers were totally different! SAS&M: DESCRIBE YOUR CURRENT WORK AS A SONGWRITER/MUSICIAN IN … Continue reading

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Charles Limb on science, music, and creativity

The May 2011 issue of Scientific American includes an article on hearing specialist/surgeon/saxophonist Charles J. Limb, who is studying the neural basis of creativity. Below are some excerpts as compiled by SAS&M’s Kate Clark. WHY SHOULD SCIENTISTS STUDY CREATIVITY? While … Continue reading

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Science songster interview #1: Kay Stanton

With this post we introduce a new series on the SAS&M blog, in which we will interview people who write and sing science and math songs. To kick it off, we emailed the participants in the NIMBios Songwriter in Residence … Continue reading

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