A composer, a president, and a dean share in conversation about creativity and expression

While working on a new piece, composer John Adams sometimes has to experience a deep sense of failure before his ideas really start to flow.

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In 'Near and Far,' Yale engineer exhibits his love of watercolor

In 1976, Dan Rosner’s cover article for the interdisciplinary AAAS journal Science suggested that the bony plates prominently lining the stegosaurus’s back and tail were probably used for heat exchange. But the cover image — a memorable etching of the dinosaur — revealed a very different side of Rosner’s work: his artistic side.

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