As Symbiartic’s representative Canadian, I’m at least one science illustrator who stands with Canadian scientists today to protest our Conservative government’s attack on science and science communication.
One of the most powerful contributions of scientific illustration is to give us an informed visual where it is typically impossible to find one.
Eighteen years ago this July, a group of 14 adventurers unloaded tents, gear, food, canoes, and two guitars from the back of a big old bus and loaded them into 7 canoes in a nondescript boat launch outside of Yellowknife, NWT.
Much of what we know about the diversification of body plans that happened starting 540-million years ago (commonly known as the Cambrian Explosion) comes from the famous Burgess Shale formation.
The new results from the nationally representative UT Energy Poll are out today, highlighting the way so many energy issues have become politicized.
Warming temperatures in the Great White North are melting important ice roads and heating waterways beyond optimal temperatures for some fish