Tagged: natural science

When Humanities and Natural Sciences Meet

It can be strange to think sometimes of the humanities and sciences meeting. A poetic stanza has very little to do with a mathematical equation one would think; not Edna St. Vincent Millay. In this poem, “Euclid alone has looked on Beauty bare”, the Father of Geometry can see what poets, those so attuned to […]

Event: The Co-Evolution of the Geosphere and Biosphere

The Co-Evolution of the Geosphere and Biosphere A talk by Robert M. Hazen Senior Staff Scientist, Geophysical Laboratory Executive Director, Deep Carbon Observatory Washington, DC Hosted by Scott Morr Part of the Systems Biology Seminar Series Sponsored by the Bioinformatics Graduate Program Boston University Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 12:45 PM Located at LSEB 103 […]

Was Shakespeare a scientist?

  A recent article by Dan Falk of The Telegraph puts forth this important question by highlighting that:  The genius from Stratford-upon-Avon has worn many hats over the years, with imaginative scholars casting him as a closet Catholic, a mainstream Protestant, an ardent capitalist, a Marxist, a misogynist, a feminist, a homosexual, a legal clerk […]