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Sylvie Leotin

The Magic of The Anderson Collection

Sylvie Leotin | Posted 12.06.2014 | Arts
Sylvie Leotin

Lucifer, the crown jewel of the Anderson Collection, moved to Stanford with a retinue of 120 colorful accomplices he's befriended while living at the Andersons' residence.

Rock 'n Roll 'n Tech Innovation

Sylvie Leotin | Posted 12.10.2012 | Arts
Sylvie Leotin

Last week, Silicon Valley Voice took to the stage of the legendary Fillmore concert venue in San Francisco. It was an extravaganza show reminiscent of...

Portrait of a Scientist as a Jazz Musician

Sylvie Leotin | Posted 05.20.2012 | Arts
Sylvie Leotin

After dance and science, we turn to the soul-feeding realm of jazz. This article will introduce a jazz-scientist, and explore parallels and commonalit...

What Scientists Can Learn From Ballet

Sylvie Leotin | Posted 04.29.2012 | Science
Sylvie Leotin

Scientists attending a dance performance will undoubtedly relate to the physicality and geometry of dance. The movement through time, the geometry of interactions, the symmetry of the lines, the balance of the bodies. All these have parallels in the physical interactions that occur in every science, from astronomy and physics, to chemistry and biology.