How artists contribute to science

by Dr. Robert Root-Bernstein, Professor of Physiology, Michigan State University

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Illustration of some of the thinking tools that artists and scientists share, derived from autobiographical material and interviews with highly creative scientists and artists, from the book Sparks of Genius: The Thirteen Thinking Tools of the World¹s Most Creative People by Robert and Michèle Root-Bernstein, 1999. Drawing by and courtesy of Robert Root-Bernstein ©

(article has examples of artist /scientific discoveries)

arts and sciences are, indeed, similar enough that the methods of one can usefully be employed to make breakthroughs in the other.

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