The earth and planetary sciences and physics communities at Washington University in St. Louis gathered April 15 to consider their research from an aesthetic point of view, admiring the stylish results that sometimes emerge, often quite unexpectedly, from the elegant mathematics of physical processes or the slow sculptural forces of the living Earth. Read more >>
"There’s something innately pleasurable about learning about something. It doesn’t matter whether it’s in the social sciences, the physical sciences or the humanities; it’s just interesting to know things."
Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences
Mary-Dell Chilton Distinguished Professor of Biology