[SNEC] Video from 2005 "Synergetics in the Arts" Symposium On-Line

CJ Fearnley cjf at CJFearnley.com
Wed Sep 19 14:57:57 EDT 2007


Dr. Donald Ingber presented a talk on "The Relevance of Tensegrity
Architecture for Biology and Medicine" at the Synergetics Collaborative
Fall 2005 Symposium on "Synergetics in the Arts" at the Noguchi Museum.
A video excerpt of Ingber's talk is now available at the URL below (note:
it is a large 12MB QuickTime movie):
  http://synergeticists.org/snec.meeting.2005.11.files/SNEC_Ingber_12MB.mov

We will have at least a couple DVD titles from the 2005 Symposium on
"Synergetics in the Arts" available for sale at the upcoming 2007
Symposium on "Synergetics and Morphology: Explorations into the Shapes
of Nature" this November.

If you are planning to attend this forthcoming symposium, please fill
out the on-line registration form:
  http://synergeticists.org/symposium.registration.html

For more information about the fast approaching symposium on Morphology,
visit the event home page:
  http://synergeticists.org/snec.announce.meeting.2007.11.html

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