• At Le Laboratoire in Paris, creatives from fields of art and science work together on artworks and design products. Le Lab Cambridge, now open in Boston, MA, is conducting experiments in interdisciplinary learning while also exhibiting and selling the works generated by its French counterpart. [1 of 3]
 

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culture 20 Oct 2014

Sonia Epstein is an interdisciplinary translator working at the intersection of science and the culture. Past projects include work on Eric Kandel’s book The Age of Insight and on the Charlie Rose Brain Series, and she is currently the Program Associate for Science & the Arts at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. INSTAGRAM  TUMBLR

 
  • If you ever find yourself near Dresden, don’t miss the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum. Far from the traditional, kid-friendly science museum, this German institution is dedicated to exploring the truths of the human body. It programs special exhibitions on dying, or the passions of the soul, and is host to a permanent collection that includes ear muffs letting you experience the hearing loss of old age and a transparent glass cow with its innards on display. [2 of 3]
 
  • Entering the National Museum of Mathematics, or MoMATH, on 26th street in Manhattan you encounter math in unexpected ways—while riding a bike with square wheels or by trying your hand at a revolving slate of puzzles over lunch. [3 of 3]
 
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