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'.
"With the magnetic pull of art in one hand and the enlightenment of science in the other, we must strive to bridge the gap between science and society!"
Read Maria Violaris' delightful and thought-provoking poem about Alice and Bob, fictional characters commonly used as placeholder names in cryptology, science and engineering literature where they are participants in thought experiments - and pioneers of science storytelling.
In this post, climate change communicator Lydia Messling shares with us the creative process behind her infographic for the June SciComm Challenge!
Hi, I’m Laerie, an environmental microbiologist with a background
Join Lifeology for a kid-friendly drawing and coloring challenge this August, and learn more about how to keep Covid away! Stay happy, healthy and creative.
Lifeology's cancer-focused illustrated flashcard mini-courses help to answer patient, caregiver and others' questions about cancer and its treatments.
There's a communication breakdown between scientists and the rest of us that comes down to how our brains work. But art would be the magic bullet.
Spinifex grass - the resilient heart of a sun-scorched nation. A science poem!
Once there was a farmer who wanted to increase the milk production on his farm - so he asked a Psychologist, an Engineer and a Physicist... And discovered an insight into science!
Meet three new amazing women in STEAM via illustrated biographies in our Lifeology Women in STEAM card deck.
In this blog post, Rachel David guides you through how to make a poem using the words of your favorite science paper or article!
Learn more about the science of light with Rachel Rayner's beautiful poem "Photonics" and Matt Griffiths' "response" illustration.
In this post, Yana Zorina explores how science art of brain cell biology help us make sense of trauma, and adapt.
Learn more about virus mutations and what they mean for us, in a new Lifeology illustrated "flashcard" course created by virologists and public health experts.
In this blog post we've highlighted some of our favorite science poems, to inspire you for the Lifeology science poetry challenge!
Want to learn how (and why) to create science poems? Learn from three accomplished science poets in this new blog post, then write your own science poem!
New Lifeology member Mahnoor shares the story of her childhood, schooling and family life, which led to studying Bioscience and ultimately becoming a Science Communicator. Her realization: that science is for everyone!