The Seen & Unseen Beauty of Nature
INCLUDING A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY SIGNED BY THE CREATOR.
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From the creator:
I’ve always had a passion for the unique space that lies between biomedical research and the arts – be it architecture or design, performing or visual arts. In that sense, the work on Motiva joined me on my highway, and together we had a wonderful journey. Different elements come together and give a novel representation to my work and ideas.
The 3D structure of Ubiquitin is represented by the artist adding vivid colors, making it less precise while asking the image to a gentle dance. I find it beautiful, as I do many of the endless structures and organisms in nature both that are seen and unseen to the naked eye.
Finally, the fourteen statements bring it all together. They are a testament to my late father’s spiritual will, which said it would be a waste to walk for decades on the face of the earth without leaving a viable heritage behind.
This Motiva Features 13 Quotes
The way to the wealth of a nation crosses through the brains of its people.
There are no miracles. If I can do it. You can do it. So do it.
Success needs luck but you still need to buy a lottery ticket to win.
Life is a collection of enjoyable experiences.
Science is playing chess with God.
Nature is indifferent to us.
The role of science is to unravel the secrets of nature.
Have your brain eyes and hands ready to grab a passing opportunity.
Leave the word impossible to others.
Looking at the Ubiquitin molecule you must admit that nature is the best artist.
Do not believe in science it is not a religion.
Time is your most valuable commodity.
Collaboration is the name of the game.
About the creator
Aaron Ciechanover received his M.Sc. (1971) and M.D. (1973) from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He then completed his national service (1973-1976) as military physician, and continued his studies in biochemistry in the Faculty of Medicine at the Technion (D.Sc.; 1981).
As a graduate student with Dr. Avram Hershko and in collaboration with Dr. Irwin A. Rose from the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia, USA, they discovered that covalent attachment of ubiquitin to a target protein signals it for degradation. They deciphered the mechanism of conjugation, described the gener...
Dimensions & Specs
20.15" X 26.06"
19.69" X 25.59"
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