Giving Voice: A Conversation with Plácido Domingo
On Thursday, April 14th, 2016, the legendary opera singer and humanitarian, Plácido Domingo, appeared before a packed house at Sanders Theater.
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Arts and Humanities
The parrot knows shapes
Griffin successfully identifies a Kanizsa figure, suggesting that birds may process visual information in a way that is similar to humans, according to Harvard researchers Ken Nakayama and Irene Pepperberg, co-authors of a recent study published in Cognition.
Microscopy taps power of programmable DNA
Wyss Institute Core Faculty member Peng Yin and his co-worker Mingjie Dai explain in this video, how Discrete Molecular Imaging (DMI) can be used to enhance their DNA-PAINT super-resolution imaging platform to visualize features on a single-molecule scale.