For his Star Stuff series, Copfer used images taken by the Hubble Telescope. Above is the bacterial version of the Egg Nebula. He uses radiation to create…Read More »
an image by sterilizing patches of bacteria spread inside a Petri dish, creating what will become the dark spots within the image. He calls this process bacteriography because it is a photographic process. Less «
Copfer sees the same thinking behind both art and science. He says: "Picasso and Einstein were working with the same idea, looking at three-dimensional…Read More »
space from different perspectives, Einstein from the Theory of Relativity and Picasso with cubism." Less «
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Wynne was a reporter at The Stamford Advocate. She has interned at Discover magazine and has freelanced for The New York Times and Scientific American's web site. She has a masters in journalism from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Utah.