Does Science need imagination or knowledge?

Albert EinsteinAlbert Einstein famously said: “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” They’re both important, says physicist and Nobel Prize recipient Frank Wilczek , but knowledge without imagination is barren (BBC Future).

Just to remind you how awesome Speculative Evolution can be, here is a video which shows the models  made by 1st level students. Special thanks to Maggie Hurm (one of our language assistants) for the audio in which she summarizes all the explanations she got from the students.

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1 Response to Does Science need imagination or knowledge?

  1. Great use of science in the classroom. Creative and COMMUNICATIVE!

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