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‘HacktheHearst’ to expand public discovery of ancient treasures

‘HacktheHearst’ to expand public discovery of ancient treasures

August 27, 2014:

Hackers are being invited to compete in a contest to open up the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology’s digital collections to a wider public, making the museum’s treasures even more accessible to students, Native Americans, researchers and everyone else.

Art in Science: A Berkeley perspective with photos

Art in Science: A Berkeley perspective February 26, 2014:

The Feb. 27-28 exhibit, “Art-in-Science: The intersection of image and research,” drew record crowds to see sculpture, painting, photography, origami, multi-media and digital art by scientists and artists — now or formerly at UC Berkeley — whose works portray the artistic face of science. The exhibit was sponsored by Science@Cal and the EBI.