Meet two new amazing women in STEAM via illustrated biographies in our Lifeology Women in STEAM card deck.
This interview with visual artist Susan Aldworth dives deep into questions about her work on the human mind, sleep, and our sense of self.
More science poems from the Lifeology community under the theme of 'Mysteries of the Brain & Science'...
In this blog post, Jessika Raisor provides a behind-the-scenes look at her latest project - SciArt postcards complete science facts! You can order yours today.
In this blog post, SciArt experts from the Lifeology community answer important questions around how to accomplish a Science Art Collaboration!
The virus that causes COVID-19 can travel in the air via respiratory droplets - but we don't have to be scared. Airborne infection is nothing new - in fact, Florence Nightingale taught us a lot of lessons in the late 1800's that we can still apply today to protect ourselves!
In this blog post, Alanah Knibb gives advice and tips (through art!) on how to use art for public engagement, and so much more!
In this blog post, Doryan Algarra reveals his process for illustrating Lifeology courses with Procreate. Read about his creation of Lifeology's latest course, "What Florence Nightingale taught us about airborne infection"!
Are you interested in Lifeology's SciArt Challenge for September? If the answer is yes, read more details of the challenge with this FAQ!
Enter Lifeology's SciComm Challenge in September for your chance to create collaborative SciArt, and win the prize of $800 in SciArt funding!!
Two scientists are using a unique medium to communicate their science - LEGO!
Hi, we are Keith and Nicole. We are the artists/graphic designers behind Pint of Science Australia and PintAUOnline. We are here to share our Science Art collaboration story!
Evelyn Carmon Nicol was a pioneering immunologist. Learn about her in an illustrated Lifeology card deck illustrated by children's book author Anna Doherty.
How can we inspire kids and engage them more deeply in science? 6 educators, children's book authors and science communicators answer questions about scicomm for kids!
Meet the Science Illustrator - Daisy Chung - who creates beautiful & engaging information graphics, data visualization, and scientific illustrations!
Incorporating elements of the Scientific Method into your Science Communication - and your life in general - can build a greater appreciation of science in your audience, and a deeper understanding of science yourself!
Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is a fun science communication challenge... but it can be deceptively hard to distil a 3+ year long PhD into a 3 minute elevator pitch!
When you are experiencing racial stress or trauma, it is essential to put self-care at the top of your agenda. Learn more in this post with psychotherapist Samantha Carbon, with illustrations by science artist Jordan Hunter.
The Lifeology team partnered with Dr. Natalia Peart and illustrator Jordan Hunter to create an illustrated mini-course about how to strive for mental wellness in these troubling times.
Enjoy this compilation of science poems from our community on the theme of Mutation, Mystery & 'Going Viral'.