Science Art: <i>Triops longicaudatus<i>, by Steve Jurvetson, 2005 Science Art: <i>Dlx3 deletion in osteoblast progenitors induce increased trabecular bone formation</i>, 2015. Science Art: <i>Exocomets Around Beta Pictoris - Artist View</i>, 2013. Science Art: <i>Total Eclipse of the Sun (from a painting by Kranz)</i>, 1897 SONG: Curling at the Edges Science Art: <i>The Cricket Thermometer</i>, by Cleve Hallenbeck.

Science Art: Triops longicaudatus, by Steve Jurvetson, 2005

This is a triops, a three-eyed critter something like a trilobite (though it’s not actually one of those at all…

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Science Art: Dlx3 deletion in osteoblast progenitors induce increased trabecular bone formation, 2015.

This is a picture of bones, the mineral density of bones, giving us a hint of their interior structures.

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Science Art: Exocomets Around Beta Pictoris - Artist View, 2013.

This is a painting for NASA of the formation of a distant solar system, used to illustrate the article “Formati…

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Science Art: Total Eclipse of the Sun (from a painting by Kranz), 1897

This is the frontispiece to A New Astronomy for Beginners, by David P. Todd, an 1897 textbook on the latest ast…

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Science Art: The Cricket Thermometer, by Cleve Hallenbeck.

From the June 1949 issue of Natural History, the magazine of the American Museum of Natural History (which is a…

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Dragon man? Or Denisovan?

30 June 2021 grant 0

New Scientist looks at a possible new addition to the human family tree, an early human skull found in Harbin, China, and tentatively named Homo […]