Stephanie Nowotarski finds inspiration for her art in her laboratory. One of the instruments she uses in the creative process is a 1914 microscope (right) that was a gift from her partner when Nowotarski achieved her Ph.D degree in 2014.
Stephanie Nowotarski finds inspiration for her art in her laboratory. One of the instruments she uses in the creative process is a 1914 microscope (right) that was a gift from her partner when Nowotarski achieved her Ph.D degree in 2014. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
Stephanie Nowotarski finds inspiration for her art in her laboratory. One of the instruments she uses in the creative process is a 1914 microscope (right) that was a gift from her partner when Nowotarski achieved her Ph.D degree in 2014. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

Stowers Institute scientist finds beauty in the lab and transforms it into art

August 12, 2016 10:35 AM

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