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Lindsey Fitzharris Jun 9
Japanese artist Masayo Fukuda hand-cut an incredible life-sized paper octopus from one sheet of paper. More info:
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Deepti Trivedi Jun 14
Excited to present my second hand drawn work for the Drosophila eye series.
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Jenn • Alithographica Jun 15
A hummingbird skull in ballpoint pen for a recent commission. I was actually sad to let this one go, I quite liked it.
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Prehistorica (Christian M.) Jun 10
Tullimonstrum, more commonly known as the Tully Monster, was a lamprey-like vertebrate from Mazon Creek. It lived alongside a very late surviving Lobopod (Helenodora), and was a mystery just like them for a long time. (Quite happy with this one)
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Debby Kaspari Jun 14
Celebrating with this life drawing of atokensis neural spine from a recent afternoon in the vert paleo collection. It’s the holotype specimen, for gosh sakes.
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Amoeba Sisters Jun 10
Don't let DNA steal the limelight - RNA is crucial for protein building!
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Deepti Trivedi Jun 10
Practising water colours with my favourite insect. Learning to
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Diving With Sharks 7h
I spent Sunday crafting. I finished my embroidery that I’ve been working on forever
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M. Chaise Gilbert Jun 14
I'm happy to share my completed adult Urobatis jamaicensis (yellow ) image on this .
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Liam Elward Paleoart Jun 9
On this day last year, I was drawing the Devonian anomalocarid Schinderhannes. I still can't believe I've only been working digitally for less than a year 😯
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Marnie Blair Jun 10
A huge thank you to and for featuring my work!
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Historical SciArt Jun 14
Happy ! Japanese Holly (Cyrtomium falcatum). from Edward Step, Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse, Vol. 4 (1897). View more in via : --
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Sandhya Koushika Lab Jun 10
Check out the on cover of the June issue of . Perspective on the life of Sydney Brenner. Resources in genomics.
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Robot Haus Jun 10
Nice pic by Peter Goodfellow. Has a Gods if Egypt vibe
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Steph Skipp 16h
Oedemera nobilis - it all goes to his thighs... 🧁
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Jacek Matysiak 🦛 Jun 10
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David Orr Jun 10
If you make , take the 2019 ! English and Spanish versions available!
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René Campbell 6h
Concept for my current science illustration work. Distance, scale and perspective still need to be fleshed out but enjoying the direction. Rendering stage is next (working on this late at night after big lab days)
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Katelyn McDonald Jun 10
My of Iowa's state bird, the American Goldfinch! Painted at and will soon on display at
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Krishna Mudumbi Jun 10
Not quite the usual picture for , but here is an illustration I made to show FRET between proteins.
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