After 5.5 years, Symbiartic on Scientific American is swappin’ shells like a hermit crab. Kalliopi Monoyios, Katie McKissick, and Glendon Mellow say good-bye, and share a bit of what the future holds. Spoiler: this is not the end of #sciart on Scientific American - or of Symbiartic.
Did you hear the latest news about lichens? Symbiartic is here to help
Rachel Ignotofsky tells the stories of 50 women in science in her fantastic new science art book
A recent science art event at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County featured phorid fly genitalia and lots of giggling
Science art at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
I just realized that I’ve been calling these birds the wrong name
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has some interesting plans for its retirement party
Pre-order your copy of this illustrated book about “50 fearless pioneers who changed the world"
A partnership between citizen scientists and the Museum of Natural History of Los Angeles County finds flies new to science in one of the world’s biggest cities
If you contribute to a culture that keeps sharing stolen works, someday there won't be enough art to go around.
Viruses get viruses, too.
How it feels when you're low on brain batteries
http://www.birdandmoon.com/A brief overview of some great science comics that you can support on Patreon.
Make the internet a friendlier place; share your fandom with the creators you love.
The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County launches the “El Niño Snailblitz”
If a bacterium, kudzu, and mosquito were to make New Year's Resolutions, would we be happy about them? Probably not.
Instead of making women convince us they’re actually good at science, why don’t we stigmatize misogyny in STEM? That’s the actual problem.
Randall Munroe, author of "What If?" and the creator of XKCD, has a new book explaining complex processes and machines with the thousand words people use most often.
A comic about European garden snails and citizen science at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
A poster featuring the domains of life on Earth as well as the kingdoms of eukaryotic organisms. Did I mention it's a poster?