Influenza A This illustration shows the external structure of the influenza A viral capsid alongside the internal structure. The exterior is peppered with neuraminidase and haemagglutinin epitopes whilst the the interior stucture of the phospholipid bilayer and RNA nucleoprotein are also visible.
The Hoffler effect in Embryonic patterning.
White matter correlates of visual imagery in synaethetes.
Peer review: The pleasure of publishing
Concept sketches for a 3D render for Microsoft Research to illustrate their Genetic Engineering of Cells toolkit. In collaboration with Equinox graphics.
Science forum: An open investigation of the reproducibility of cancer biology results
This illustration was created for the International Science and Engineering Visualisation Competition 2014. It represents the functional specification of different areas of the brain. Rather than labelling the areas with words, the areas are described using pictograms. [wp_cart_display_product name=”Brain Areas Tshirt” price=”18.00″ thumbnail=”http://i2.wp.com/vividbiology.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/brain.jpg?resize=1122%2C1594″ description=”Three colour screen print on 100% cotton” var1=”Chest Size (inches)|Small (34-36)|Medium (38-40)|Large […]
Circos are a tecnology company that have redefined how we think about visualising genomic data. They’ve pioneered the use of circular graphs to map genomes and chromosomes, which allows for a much more intuitive and visually efficient way to compare genomes. They have lots of documentation on their website about how to set up their […]
This post is based off a talk I gave at Imperial College London for a society run jointly with the Royal College of Art called Artifact. What is science illustration? I frequently get asked the question ‘so you’re a science illustrator, what do you do?’. Most people think of science illustration as designing illustrations for […]
Animation is a great way to communicate more complicated scientific concepts. It’s less ambiguous than illustration when showing how processes occur, and is better at displaying 3d structures. Animation is also a lot more complicated to create than illustrations. Rather than just picking up a pen and sketching a quick image, you have to […]
Science illustration can pose a challenge with its conflicting demands. On the one hand, illustration is about creating something visually memorable, which is easiest achieved by making it look different to what everyone else has done before. On the other hand, science is pretty specific about what is and is not accepted as true. Unless […]