An acronym describing the marriage/interaction of Science, Technology, Engineering, ART and Mathematics. (Similar to STEM, but including art). See more at:
Oxford Marries Art and Science
Publicising an article by Matthew Chalkley about The Fine Line Between Art and Science. The article discusses the close relationship between science and art and how art restoration is not possible without scientific knowledge and expertise.
Art Arising from Advances in Science
Associate Professor Michelle Dunstone, imaging the shape of proteins, is making an important contribution to science. She captures images that allow scientists to visualise the behaviour of "hole punching" proteins, called pore forming proteins. The images form beautiful works of art.
Science and Art as Partners in Space: A New Frontier for Humanity
Astronomical Art is Space Art devoted to visualizing the wonders of outer space. A major emphasis is the space environment as a new "Frontier for Humanity". Alien worlds, extremes of matter such as black holes, and concepts arising from inspiration derived from astronomy are portrayed. (Wikipedia)