Neuroscientist Paints Her Theories To Increase Their Accessibility

Neuroscientist Paints Her Theories To Increase Their Accessibility
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Heather Bimonte-Nelson from Arizona State University turns to acrylics and canvases to get a greater understanding of science.

Emma Hutchings
  • 2 march 2012

Science isn’t a field traditionally linked to “the arts” but a neuroscientist at Arizona State University has started using paintings as a form of creative expression for her research, to explain her science to others and develop a greater understanding of her own work.

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