Collaboration with creatives and incorporation of diverse voices are critical to better science communication. We try to make this happen at Lifeology.
Introducing a new "living" Lifeology card deck featuring illustrated biographies of the women in STEAM who inspire you and us!
Jordan & Sarah share their view of the "Smaller than the eye can see" Microbial World, and how microbes aren't always the villains we portray them as.
Creating the visuals for a Lifeology course isn't always a linear process. Here's a behind the scenes look at my "How Does Cancer Grow?" course.
Miriam created a comic to help people understand how the coronavirus copies itself within our cells... with a bit of humor to offset the scary, and some visual metaphors.
Yana offers a respite from our stress and daily struggles at the moment by representing Hope in a series of beautiful, brain-inspired art pieces. A must read.
Science communicator and film-maker Nic DiPalma has advice for scientists and others exploring science communication through film, especially in this uncertain time.
A Q&A with creators and experts in comics, including Abrian Curington, Echo Rivera and Matteo Farinella, to help you get started on making comics about science!
Resilience is making a plan for when things can and will go wrong. Scarlett writes about how we can promote resilience in our lives and our communities during this pandemic.
Jordan interviewed artist and designer Hannie van den Bergh to learn more about the artist's intuition, and how it can help science.
Abrian Curington provides a fun behind-the-scenes account of creating the characters for the comic Lifeology course "How does the coroanvirus work in my body?"
Karmela help to produce a theater production about quantum physics called Quantum Voyages, and learned about the power of story, characters and adventure.
Illustrator Gaius Augustus writes about creating Lifeology course character "Dave", who became his own immune health hero by taking steps toward a healthier life.
Happy Day of Immunology! Celebrate with some art that will help you learn about and appreciate your immune system!
Using video to show motion, process and change can help you improve your science communication. Learn more with Gaius at Lifeology!
Science artists and designers have the experience and skills to visualize your scientific information in creative ways so that your work can make a bigger impact.
Shauna and Elfy dive into the creation of a visual story of COVID in the body, and beautiful watercolors that show the impacts of the virus without fear.
Art can provide the inspiration to care and to act on scientific findings around conservation and climate.
Join the Lifeology #SciComm Challenge and create your own science comic in the month of May! All levels of artistic talent (or not!) welcome.
Join Lifeology member Melody Rose Serra, a scientist, educator and artist, for nearly daily online science classes that are FREE for kids and adults!