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The art of science and the science of art.

“Organic” Honey? Not So Much

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Over at Buzz Hoot Roar, science concepts are explained in 300 words or less with accompanying images from a range of science artists. I did an infocomic for them when they first started about the over-diagnosis of brown recluse spider bites, and I'm back again with a piece written by Roar (Eleanor Spicer Rice) about the most-likely-not-so-organic nature of honey.

If you don't follow Buzz Hoot Roar (twitter, facebook), remedy that right now. This is the new wave of science communication: digestible bits of information accompanied by a variety of artistic stylings. SciArt at it's finest!

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.

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