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Internationally acclaimed mathematician Marcus du Sautoy illustrates that, far from being a reluctant visual medium, science is actually at the forefront of many of the world's most iconic and revolutionary designs. Creatively navigating his way through numerous diagrams, graphs, and sketches, from Newton's Prism and Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man, to Watson and Crick's extraordinary diagram of the Double Helix, in this fascinating three-part series, he shows how they defined and shaped complex scientific theories, and came to be accepted as astonishing images in their own right. A BBC Production. 3-part series, 50 minutes each.
Length: 180 minutes
Copyright date: ©2010
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