Randall Munroe, author of "What If?" and the creator of XKCD, has a new book explaining complex processes and machines with the thousand words people use most often.
These songbirds have figured out a way to feast like raptors despite their biology
Now everyone faces the same problem that illustrators have faced since the internet started.
A comic about European garden snails and citizen science at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
This week, Glendon Mellow of Symbiartic will be curating the rotating humanities Twitter account, @WeTheHumanities.
If you comforted yourself last night with the knowledge that zombies aren't real, you might want to skip out on this post...
Earlier this month I had the opportunity to speak at Ryerson University's Social Media Lab about science communication.
Here's the video of my talk, Future-Proofing Dinosaur Tattoos: Communicating Science on Social Media. I touch on the importance of sharing your expertise, building community and using Twitter. Oh and rad dinosaur ink.
If humans could regrow limbs like salamanders, would that make severed-limb Halloween costumes more or less exciting?
How do you teach scientific illustration, a skill that requires superhuman focus and determination for hours on end, to a bunch of wiggly summer campers?
A poster featuring the domains of life on Earth as well as the kingdoms of eukaryotic organisms. Did I mention it's a poster?
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