True to its name, DaVinci Fusion melded the beauty of art and science when it applied scientific principles to its design for the San Francisco Exploratorium’s 30th annual awards dinner on April 4, which honored local visionaries such as Carol Bartz of Autodesk, Natalie Angier of The New York Times, Kenneth R. Miller of Brown University, and Eugenie C. Scott Ph,D of The National Center for Science Education. With the theme “Constructive Interference,” a physics principle regarding waves, ...

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