Professor, Chicago, PM discussed on Stephanie Miller

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Twenty nine minutes after the hour. Jody Hamilton the live in studio on the Stephanie Miller show. Tune in to the Tom Harmon radio program, your home for news opinion and insight right here on W CPT, eight twenty where facts matter. This is w CPT's art of the city. We let you know what's happening in the theater music and visual arts coming up on Thursday, February seven from four fifteen to six forty five pm at the LeRoy Neiman center. Thirty seven south Wabash avenue, the school of the Art Institute Chicago presents conversations on art and science often, we think the material world in terms of static stable objects with fixed boundaries and predictable properties put technological and artistic innovations as well as environmental and sustainability concerns are challenging conventional notions about materials and highlighting the limitations of static object thinking as a professor of chemistry Cassandra Frazier's lab investigates. Luminescent boron is for imaging and sensing these show potential as dynamic media, not just for science and medicine, but also for art and design as environmental reporters and renewable inks. For more information, go to as a ic- dot.

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