DayCon 2019 Registration Form
We often think of a divide between the arts and the sciences. But is there really a difference? What can we learn from one discipline and apply the another? Join us to learn more about the art involved in science and the science of creating art at DayCon 2019: The Art of Science!

DayCon is a free, daylong science conference consisting of talks and interactive demonstrations given by graduate student scientists. This year’s topics include the science of color, the difference between music and noise, how we image the universe, and more!

When: Saturday, June 15, 10 AM - 4:30 PM (complimentary lunch will be served)
Where: Northwest Building, Harvard University – 52 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA

Want to learn more? Visit sitn.hms.harvard.edu/daycon

Questions? Please email sitnboston@gmail.com

DayCon is generously supported by Harvard HILS, Harvard Medical School, Harvard Division of Medical Sciences, and GSC of GSAS.
DayCon 2019
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Design and Materials in Architecture
Symmetry in Art and Physics
The Science of Color
The Difference Between Noise and Music
The Art of Electron Diffraction
Synesthesia: The Art-Brain Connection
Using Science in the Creative Process
Imaging the X-Ray Universe
How Music Changes the Brain
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