Latest couple of illustrations for Columbia University School of Nursing: why nursing students should be empowered to be advocates and activists, in order to make their voice heard by governments and health care institutions and influence the Congress' decisions. Full article here. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always.
This week on Science magazine: what can machine learning do? Workforce implications.
Thanks to art directors Chrystal Smith and Beth Rakouskas, as usual!
It's great to hear that this editorial project made for Science has received a Folio: Ozzie Award.
Huge thanks to the judges and to the art directors of Science, Chrystal Smith and Beth Rakouskas!
Three illustrations for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health about how biofortified maize could provide a nutritional safety net in order to fight Vitamin A deficiency, that threatens the vision and lives of millions of children in sub-Saharan Africa.
Full article here. Thanks to AD Robert Ollinger, as usual!
Cover artwork for Science about single-cell genomics. Scientists are discovering many differences between individual cells that we didn’t previously know were there.
Thanks to Chrystal Smith and Beth Rakouskas, as always!
Some of the 17 illustrations I made for eLife, a non-profit organization inspired by research funders and led by scientists. Their mission is to help scientists accelerate discovery by operating a platform for research communication that encourages and recognizes the most responsible behaviors in science.
Cover and interior illustration for BenefitsPRO about the critical condition of many state insurance exchanges, that have left consumers with fewer and fewer insurance options.
Thanks to AD Chris Nicholls!
Cover illustration for Brandeis University magazine about how Brandeis researchers are building materials that behave like living organisms. Full article here.
Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always.
An illustration for Science about what it means to be a human in a world where technology allows us to manipulate our DNA, tissues, brain circuitry, environmental surroundings, etc. If genetic and reproductive technologies may change characteristics of our cells, can that affect our individual and human identities?
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, as always.
In the upcoming issue of 'Scopes, magazine of Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine, an article by Lauren Cahoon Roberts explains why veterinary profession faces serious economic challenges.
Thanks to Wendy Kenigsberg for the assignment!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.