Collaborative work performed by the Remote Data Analysis and Visualization Center and UT artist Evan Meaney that examines the interplay of data, information, and knowledge has won the jury prize for the Distributed Microtopias exhibition at the 15th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.
A group of UT students put the use of aesthetics and artistic flair to the test in delivering scientific messages as part of a pilot project class. The students developed videos about the work of researchers associated with the National Institute for Computational Sciences (NICS) through the guidance from Art Professor Norman Magden and NICS
Dr. Marcy Souza, assistant professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine, appeared on the TODAY show to discuss why finding a cure for White Nose syndrome in bats is so important. The fungus is currently spreading through America’s caves, threatening the existence of bats from Canada to the deep south.