Hyrdogene generally creates minimalist posters around science-y themes. The set of six she created celebrating women who made a big impact on science and the world is particularly compelling. According to the FAQs, an online store selling the posters will be opening up this summer, hopefully in time for my birthday.
Michele's new, collaborative art show - Voyage of Discovery - is up at the AAAS Art Gallery until 31 May.
Mike explains how climate change threatens our ancient relationship with wheat at Pacific Standard.
Science for The People talks about our dwindling supplies of essential elements from the Periodic Table.
Have Science Will Travel
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