Swiss artist and gallery owner, Anita Peghini-Raber, shares her views on creativity with one of her favorite paintings, a painting of a couple in a tango embrace. Continue reading
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Will RoosterBio and 3-D BioPrinting Change Modern Medicine?
Jon Rowley, founder of RoosterBio, enables the next generation of medicine with mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) for Regenerative Medicine and 3-D Bioprinting. RoosterBio’s innovative stem cell products changes the landscape for biomedical research scientists from one of scarcity to abundance with an unlimited field of opportunities to help the human body with an injury or disease … Continue reading
Swiss Post: SMS #414 for a Stamp
Innovation happens at the exact point of understanding tradition and letting go of tradition.
Swiss Post, a trend setter for postal services, has launched a pilot-project to offer Swiss customers the opportunity to receive a ‘Stamp’ via a SMS message. Continue reading
How do you define art, Olivio Ferrari?
Olivio Ferrari, designer, architect and professor inspired greatness within others. In honor of his legacy, students, friends and colleagues created the book Portfolio in 1996. Their reflections cover a span of 40 years with genuine admiration for the legacy of a teacher of art and design.
Ferrari, a minimalist of words and lines, shared
… think in situation …
… think in alternatives …
… nothing is constant but change …
Madama Butterfly Coloring Activity for Children by Annina Luck Wildermuth
Annina Luck Wildermuth, one of my dearest friends and a huge supporter for 9 muses news, is a children’s book author and illustrator. She is offering this illustration as a gift to friends who have children (or adults) who love to color, dream and imagine. Follow the link to print the PDF. If you want, share your own colored Madama Butterfly on the 9 muses news Facebook page! Continue reading
The Ancients are Silent Today
Georg Luck, professor of classics at Johns Hopkins University, a great teacher and translator of the ancients has passed today.