Monthly archive for February2013

Preparing a scientific presentation? Read this first.

PowerPoint Tips for the Scientist Almost everyone is a little bit guilty of taking a power nap during a PowerPoint presentation. If you are the one on the podium, though, that’s demoralizing. After all, you spent months writing abstracts and proposals, setting up experiments, gathering…

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  • Scientific Illustration before and after: From collections to a lively bird

    Scientific Illustration before and after: From collections to a lively bird

  • Scientific Illustration before and after: From incomplete to reconstructed

    Scientific Illustration before and after: From incomplete to reconstructed

  • Scientific Illustration before and after: From dried specimen to an educational plate

    Scientific Illustration before and after: From dried specimen to an educational plate

  • Scientific Illustration before and after: From graphs to graphics

    Scientific Illustration before and after: From graphs to graphics

  • Scientific Illustration before and after: From photos to illustration

    Scientific Illustration before and after: From photos to illustration

Scientific Illustration Overview – What is Scientific Illustration?

Scientific Illustration as a communication tool In the recent years, there’s been an explosion of scientific research. More papers are published today than ever before, and scientists are making new discoveries every day. Using scientific illustration effectively to share new findings and discoveries is key…

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  • Medical Illustration Before and After--wordy to clear

    Medical Illustration Before and After--wordy to clear

  • Medical Illustration Before and After--bloody to clean

    Medical Illustration Before and After--bloody to clean

  • Medical Illustration Before and After--raw footage to conceptual

    Medical Illustration Before and After--raw footage to conceptual

Medical Illustration Overview – What is Medical Illustration?

Medical Illustration as a communication tool There are many ways in which people communicate, and visual communications is one of the most successful. Medical Illustration is a field of study that combines medicine, communication, and visualization. By using visuals such as illustrations and photographs, concepts…

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How to make a sweet heart out of M&M’s

Happy Valentine’s Day! To honor this “holiday”, I created an anatomical heart made of M&M’s! It was fun to swoop the different colored candy into place as I recreated the shapes of the different anatomical structures. Yes, in case you were wondering, I snacked on…

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