SCI-ART LAB

Science, Art, Litt, Science based Art & Science Communication

Sci-Art Lab explores the relationship between Art , Science and Literature while communicating science!

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SCI-ART LAB

Life itself is a beautiful interaction between art and science. You cannot escape this reality no matter what you say or do!                        

Dr. Krishna Kumari Challa (Founder,   Sci-Art Lab) 

Welcome to  Sci-Art Lab - the abode of  Science - Art - Literature interactions.

Sci-Art Lab works in association with

http://www.kkartfromscience.com

and Science Communication 

and is interested in Science communication through art and literature and other innovative methods, Creative technologies, Science - Art collaborations, science based art, Research where science helps art,  projects based on art - science/ Technology  relationships, art-literature, science- literature and the interplays at the confluence of science, art and literature . This network - which is like a guide to the subject  - is unique and explores rare inter-disciplinary areas and is free for all members and visitors and is interested only in spreading the knowledge.

A group to communicate and promote pure science: Science Simplified

To  find all the information about Scienceart  and to know and learn how science can be communicated through art, please click on the link.

To know how  Science helps Art click here : Research

You can find news about Science - Art - Literature collaborations around the world reported on a daily basis here: News 

Interested in Technology and Art interactions? Then click here: Techart

Want to know about Science and Tech Art market? You will find it here: Artmarketsciences      

Enjoy the interplay of  Science - art - literature by clicking on the link.

We also report about new techniques and technologies that are being used in science-art:   techniques-and-technologies

For various articles on science-art-literature relationships, please visit forum and  blog sections and watch for yourself how science and art interact with each other in the video section.

We started  on line courses in some science-art techniques. Please click on the link science-art courses  to find out more on this.

Science is the king of art subjects. It is the art of inventions, discoveries, innovations and gaining more knowledge.

“Study the science of art and the art of science”, recommended  Leonardo da Vinci in the Renaissance period. We went a step further  and included literature too. We believe in total all round effort - the mark of new era human minds! Hope you like it and support our endeavour.

Connect with us at kkartlabin@gmail.com 

Thank You for visiting Sci-Art Lab. 

  Andhra Bank is sponsoring Sci-Art Lab and kkartfromscience.com

                       

                                                                                                                                                                         

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Regeneration Biology

Several people ask me interesting Qs on regeneration. They read about lost or amputated  limbs. They wonder whether science can help these unfortunate human beings. Several Qs arise from these tormented minds. Let me answer one such Q.Q: How can some reptiles like Lizards, gecko and salamander regrow their limbs? Why are humans not able to fully understand this process and replicate? Krishna: A particular field of biology studies animals that are actually capable of regenerating severed parts…See More
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Evolution: How plants are protecting themselves from humans by becoming less visible

Evolution: How plants are protecting themselves from humans by becoming less visibleA plant used in traditional Chinese medicine has evolved to become less visible to humans, new research shows.Scientists found that Fritillaria delavayi plants, which live on rocky slopes of China's Hengduan mountains, match their backgrounds most closely in areas where they are heavily harvested.This suggests humans are "driving" evolution of this species into new colour forms because better-camouflaged plants…See More
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Qs people asked me on science and my replies to them - part 216

Q: Is TB (tuberculosis) a disease or an infection?  Krishna: Infection, often the first step, occurs when bacteria, viruses or other microbes that cause disease enter your body and begin to multiply. Disease occurs when the cells in your body are damaged — as a result of the infection — and signs and symptoms of an illness appear.  Tuberculosis (TB) is a potentially serious infectious disease that mainly affects your lungs. The bacteria that cause tuberculosis are spread from one person to…See More
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Qs people asked me on science and my replies to them - part 215

Q: Why and how do viruses mutate making them immune to vaccines?Krishna: Viruses are just parasitic fragments of RNA or DNA. Most viruses are specialists. They establish long associations with preferred host species.  But a virus that appears different from other viruses that have infected the host has an advantage. The host has no pre-existing immunity, in the form of antibodies, to that virus. Many viral adaptations involve changes to the virus’s outer surface. In nature, most viruses are…See More
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Qs people asked me on science and my replies to them - part 214

Q: How would science explain science not being able to explain certain phenomena?Krishna: Human mind inadequacies. A chain is as strong as its weakest link. How a human mind uses this tool called science dictates how successful we can get.Scientific principles are connected to this universe irrevocably and scientists use science to study them. Scientists are the people who are trying to unravel the mysteries, the language this universe is working on through the medium of science. They didn't…See More
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Simple method to determine if nuts and dairy products contain aflatoxins

Scientists have come up with a simple, inexpensive and environmentally friendly method to determine if food contains toxic aflatoxin-B1. The findings will help ensure food safety.Aflatoxin-B1 is a chemical compound that is toxic to humans and animals; it is secreted by some types of microscopic mould fungi. Aflatoxin-B1 causes malignant tumours (cancer) and hepatic cirrhosis; it also reduces immunity. Severe aflatoxin-B1 poisoning triggers cerebral edema and acute liver failure, which usually…See More
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call for artists: exhibit in Budapest in 2020

Posted by beata szechy on January 8, 2020 at 5:08pm 0 Comments

OPEN CALL: Environment & BookArt exhibition (9 X 12)

Bartok1 Gallery, Budapest 2020

Deadline: March 1, 2020

Artworks on or of paper may be any size, but…

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Sci-Art Lab Information

KK Sci-Art Lab was created on 4th February, 2009 to communicate science through Art, literature and text forms and to explore the relationship between art, literature and science. This is a knowledge based and research oriented non-profit network which is like a guide to the subject.

We not only communicate science but also guide students/teachers of art, science, writers, journalists, artists and scientists on how to communicate science through various innovative ways.

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Created by Dr. Krishna Kumari Challa Jul 16, 2014 at 10:02am. Last updated by Dr. Krishna Kumari Challa Nov 29, 2015.

 
 
 

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