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SciArt profiles

SciArt profiles

A series in which we profile scientists who do art (and occasionally artists who dabble in science).

Recent posts

SciArt profile: Maja Mielke

Posted by , on 10 April 2024

In this SciArt profile, we meet Maja Mielke, who is doing a PhD in functional morphology and enjoys making nature-inspired drawings.
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SciArt profile: Brent Foster

Posted by , on 21 March 2024

Find out more about Brent Foster’s recent artistic projects and how he takes inspiration from the marine invertebrates he work with to create his drawings.

SciArt profile: Leonora Martínez Nuñez

Posted by , on 15 February 2024

Find out about Leonora Martínez Nuñez, scientific visualization specialist with a background in microbiology and fungal cell biology.

SciArt profile: Elad Bassat

Posted by , on 10 January 2024

In this SciArt profile, find out more about Elad Bassat, the scientist behind the artwork ‘Klimt-olotl’, chosen as both the Judges’ choice and People’s choice in the ‘Science-inspired art’ category …

SciArt profile: Morag Lewis

Posted by , on 19 December 2023

Find out more more about Morag Lewis, the scientist behind the artwork ‘Castle of Dreaming Dragons’, which was chosen as the Judges’ choice runner-up in the Node-BSDB virtual art exhibition. …

Crocheted embryo models — featured artwork from the Node-BSDB virtual art exhibition

Posted by , on 4 December 2023

In the recent BSDB-the Node virtual art exhibition, Tahani Baakdhah’s crocheted embryo models were selected as the Judges’ Choice runner-up in the ‘Science-inspired art’ category. We briefly caught up with …

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Check out our SciArt tag for a variety of posts on the intersection of art and science from the archive.

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Updated on 25 July 2023