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Piltdown Man Came from The Lost World... Well, No, It Didn't

In 1908, amateur geologist and solicitor Charles Dawson claimed the discovery of a new and exciting fossil that, so it was thought, shed substantial light on the ancestry of humans. Dubbed Piltdown man, and technically named  Eoanthropus dawsoni , it was (...  spoiler ...) eventually shown to be a hoax – one of the most nefarious, infamous and successful scientific hoaxes of all time...

October 9, 2015 — Darren Naish

Halloween Science Costumes

A Halloween costume based on antibiotic resitance went viral. What other scary science Halloween costumes can we dream up?

October 7, 2015 — Katie McKissick

The Rhombus Bombus

While I often share fairly realistic, illustrative art sometimes a more abstracted piece just smacks you in the forehead like an impatient bumblebee.  The Rhombus Bombus by David Orr is exactly that type of piece. ...

October 6, 2015 — Glendon Mellow

Upcoming Streamed Talk: Future-Proofing Dinosaur Tattoos

How do you future-proof a dinosaur tattoo design? This Thursday, October 8th Symbiartic's Glendon Mellow will be at Ryerson University's new launched Social Media Lab exploring how we communicate science through social media, specifically while using images...

October 5, 2015 — Glendon Mellow

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