How Origami is Inspiring Scientific Creativity, with BYU and Origami Artist Robert Lang

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    Ancient origami inspires surprising modern innovations like solar arrays for NASA and a microscopic nanoinjector that can be used in gene therapy.

    These origami-inspired designs from Brigham Young University mechanical engineers show how origami inspires creativity in many genres.

    With noted artist and scientist Robert Lang, PhD, (Robert J.

    Lang Origami) and a grant from the National Science Foundation and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, BYU engineers explore modern applications of an ancient art form.

    See Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami with original origami designs by BYU and noted origami artists at the BYU Museum of Art in Provo, Utah through June 20, 2015.

    For more information, see moa.byu.edu

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