I attended a lecture at the Arizona Cancer Center's Kiewit Auditorium and was impressed by the magnificent display of abstract art that adorns the walls of the lobby. I was even more impressed when I read about the images - they are photos of stained cell slides used in examining cancer tissue. To learn more about this "Science as Art" display, click here.
I'm a transplanted New Yorker who loves the Tucson climate. On New Year's Day I have a bit of fun calling my (snowbound) east coast friends to announce that I'm drinking coffee while sitting on my patio. (:
Amazing that something so horrible and deadly can be beautiful at the same time.ReplyDelete
Wow. I clicked on the attachment to read about it and saw the name of one of my professors. I went to the University in the 80s and he taught me. I love your sight. It brings back a lot of memories and shows me how much things have changed since I moved away 23 years ago. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Hey there, Anonymous ~ THANK YOU for your nice comment about TDP! I really appreciate that you took the time to visit and to comment. Where do you live now?ReplyDelete
Roberta, That is exactly why I think I was fascinated with the images!ReplyDelete
I now live in Boston via Ohio then New Jersey. I was born and raised in Tucson. Still visit my mom every year. Usually in Feb or April.ReplyDelete