12-10-10: Poetry in Science

December 10, 2010 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

We could talk to Michael Salcman about a lot of things.  He is a neuro surgeon and a brain scientist, who has written hundreds of scientific papers and edited half a dozen textbooks.  He is an art critic and historian, who gives lectures on contemporary art and he’s written about the relationship between the arts and the brain. He’s just released a new collection of poems, called The Enemy of Good is Better.

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