Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI) is a 30-year old nonprofit organization founded in New York City by artist/science enthusiast Cynthia Pannucci. ASCI was instrumental in revitalizing the “art & technology” movement in the United States during the 1990s and then pioneered the international art-science field by organizing four seminal ArtSci Symposia on collaboration held in New York City (1998-2002). ASCI was also the first to organize public panels and exhibitions (beginning in 1998) educating about and promoting the digital print as a legitimate fine art medium, and was first (in 2006) to initiate the practice of having both art and science co-jurors for its annual “Science Inspires Art” exhibitions. More info and archive link at: http://www.asci.org