My projects and art work are in
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Now Showing Through May 2010 Back by popular demand
The Paper Project
Exhibit Now at the Paper Discovery Center - Fiberscapes,
Discovery Center located in Appleton Wisconsin. Stop by and step
into the world of paper for a unique experience and
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Ask-a-Biologist Podcast Silver Quill Winner
The popular podcast
program wins Award of Excellence - The International Association
of Business Communicators (IABC) Southern Region selected the
Ask-a-Biologist podcast program hosted by CJ Kazilek a.k.a. Dr.
Biology to receive the Silver Quill Award of Excellence for 2008.
Listen to these shows yourself
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Paper Project Image Selected for Nikon Small World Tour 2008-2009
Paper Project image
selected for a third time as one of the winners of the Nikon Small
- The opening receptions was held at the Astor Center in New York
City and marked the start of a 10 city tour of the exhibit.
To see other Nikon Small World images
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Dr. Biology Talks
Your Mac Life
July 22, 2008 interview on
Your Mac Life with host Shawn King. Dr. Biology a.k.a. CJ
Kazilek talks about the new Ask-a-Biologist podcast program and the
Ask a Biologist web site.
View a transcript from the show |
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Orbison "Whirligig" Revealed
Science and Art- The International
Institute for Species Exploration commissions a new beetle art
piece. "Whirligig" was
given to Barbara Orbison, the widow of the Roy Orbison during the
January 25, 2008 tribute concert. The piece is based on the beetle Gyrinidae (Coleoptera), Orectochilus orbisonorum, sp. nov,
found in India. The beetle's patronym name (orbisonorum)
comes from the musician Roy Orbison and his wife Barbara.
The Science Show
The 2007 July 28th broadcast of the The Science Show featured an
interview with Charles Kazilek from the Paper Project. The Science
Show, a product of Australian Broadcasting Corporation, is the
longest running radio science show and is hosted by Robyn Williams.
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Paper Project Introduced to China
Quo Features Paper
The May 2007 issue of Quo (New Discoveries) magazine featured an
eight page article on the Paper Project along with images. Quo is an
exciting new publication published in China. Below are some links to
PDF documents in both Chinese and the translated English version.