Thanks AD Marcy Atarod!
Latest illustration for Science about vaccine durability. Why their protection can fade in months or last a lifetime.
Thanks AD Marcy Atarod!
Cover and interior illustration for Williams Magazine about the active role of its researchers and alums in every aspect of space exploration - from spaceship design to astro-medicine.
Thanks to AD Kelly McMurray of 2communiqué!
Latest cover artwork for Chemistry and Engineering News, about the relationship between USA and international scientists. They have long been a key part of the US research workforce, but concerns are rising that they'll start to turn elsewhere. Thanks to AD Robert Bryson.
Latest illustration for Science about the regulation of predictive analytics in medicine. Artificial intelligence algorithms need to be approved before being proposed for medical/health applications, in order to meet some basic standards of medical effectiveness and safety. Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, as always!
Cover and interior illustrations for Columbia Medicine magazine about how clinicians and educators are tackling the opioid epidemic. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always.
Cover illustration for Columbia Nursing about how nurse researchers are now using data science and informatics to help patients - and health care systems - thrive. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always.
Cover and interior illustrations for Science magazine. This week's main issue is the research of research: meta researchers study how research is done - and why it goes wrong.
Two spot images illustrating quotes from famous scientists: “If I have seen further than others, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants” (Isaac Newton), and “A person who has not made his great contribution to science before the age of 30 will never do so" (Albert Einstein).
Cover and intro illustrations for Science magazine's special issue about the nexus between technology and biology.
Thanks to Chrystal Smith, Marcy Atarod and Beth Rakouskas, as always!
Latest piece for Science about the efforts to cut government regulation “red tape”, that can make researchers spending time on filling out paperwork, rather than on actually focusing on research.
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, as always!
Illustration for Monmouth University magazine about a new project that is enhancing training for teachers already tasked with educating students on the autism spectrum. Thanks to ad Patrick Kirchner at Dog Ear Consultants!
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