Science to Art
Two Mizzou science images were auctioned off to support STEM and art education.
Two MU images were among 13 scientific pictures and two culinary art experiences auctioned at the Kansas City Area Life Science Institute annual meeting Sept. 9, raising $2,200. Proceeds benefit nonprofits promoting science, technology, engineering and math education and art.
A cathodoluminescence photomicrograph of quartz crystals near Dublin, Ireland, created by Kevin Shelton, professor of geological sciences, in collaboration with Jay Gregg, professor at Oklahoma State University.
A sophisticated 3‐D imaging of a blood vessel wall produced by the lab of Dr. Michael Hill, associate director of the Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center, and professor of medical pharmacology and physiology.