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This is a presentation I created to introduce myself to the 2012 group of high schoolers in the Museum of Science and Industry's Science Achievers program.

This is a presentation I created to introduce myself to the 2012 group of high schoolers in the Museum of Science and Industry's Science Achievers program.

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Martin Lindsey MSI Science Acheivers Bio

  1. 1. Fab Lab Facilitator III Museum of Science & Industry
  2. 2. Scientific Influences  Loved science and art as a kid (sports too).  John Audubon and George Washington Carver are my favorite scientist-artists.
  3. 3. More Modern Influences  Marlin Perkins (zoology), Jacques Cousteau (oceanography), and Carl Sagan (cosmology) were my favorite modern day scientists because they actually taught me science on T.V.
  4. 4. Techy Things, Career Etc. I actually went to Tuskegee University where Dr. Carver built the school’s scientific reputation. (Did you know he and Einstein were pals?) I earned my engineering degree there and worked at a couple of different companies for close to 11 years where I learned a lot about machinery (assembly line conveyors, automated machines) Did you know there is a BIIIIIIG difference between science and engineering? (Ask me later and I’ll be happy to explain the two.)
  5. 5. Digital Art Disliked engineering sufficiently (not creative enough for my tastes) that I had to change careers. I’m currently an animation student at DePaul University in the Loop. (Check out my website, The Animated World of Martin Lindsey, www.martinlindsey.com) I’ve learned 2D and 3D animation and here at the Fab Lab I finally get to combine my love of science and digital art every day.

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