In a two-part studio sponsored by Cessna, students are exploring the nature of flight and ways to improve the experience of aviation.
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Scores of scientists, mathematicians and engineers connect with artists and designers at RISD’s fourth biennial design science symposium.
Students welcomed advice and insights from successful entrepreneurs at the Career Center’s 2013 Mindshare.
Care New England’s Michael Esordi 91 GD is working to foster greater collaboration between designers and healthcare professionals.
Wander, a tactile exhibition created by RISD’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURF), celebrated the magical attributes of one of the world’s most basic but mysterious organisms: marine plankton.
Excited by the endless potential, sculptor Rebecca Kamen MFA 78 SC is passionate about creating art that helps scientists make cross-disciplinary connections.
Stimulating pieces are now on view in Carrefour: Intersections of Biomedical Research and Art, which features the work of 11 artists immersed in the biomedical field.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was the guest of honor when RISD and Congressman David Cicilline hosted a discussion on advanced manufacturing in Rhode Island.
Inventive design studio Two Bit Circus hopes to launch a state-of-the-art traveling carnival to show kids the clear connection between creativity, science and engineering.
President John Maeda accepted a 2013 Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Award at the Tribeca Film Festival.
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