ART: Atherosclerosis Illustration for Ariad Healthcare

December 8th, 2010 by admin

When I introduce myself as a scientific illustrator, I often hear: “That’s fascinating – but doesn’t the computer just do all the work for you these days?” There’s more to it than that – otherwise I wouldn’t be in this line of work!
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REVIEW: A Scientific Artist in Washington DC

November 29th, 2010 by admin

7 weeks, 36 museums, $50. And If I hadn’t sprung for Mount Vernon I could claim 35 museums for only $20!

So, what were the highlights for a scientific artist?

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REVIEW: Mary Roach – Stiff, book

November 25th, 2010 by admin

I had read Mary Roach’s “Stiff: the curious world of human cadavers” several years ago, and when visiting my friend Jenn in New York, we met up at The Strand so that she could purchase Roach’s newest book, “Packing for Mars: the curious science of life in the void”. Which I then proceeded to monopolize for the rest of the weekend.

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REVIEW: Biofilm, game

November 22nd, 2010 by admin

While searching for motion references for a biofilm animation on YouTube (you might be surprised at how many scientists post footage from their labs) I came across a trailer for the game “Biofilm: making bacteria beautiful”.

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