SciComic: A comic about science comics

Raymond Nakamura and Katrina Vera Wong, Multimedia editors Raymond: Let’s talk about science comics today. Kat: We should do it in comics form, though. We interviewed: Armin Mortazavi / arminmortazavi.com/ @armin.scientoonist Dr. Christopher Labos / www.bodyofevidence.ca Jeremy / handwaving.ca Olivier Bernard / www.thepharmafist.com We think you might also enjoy: Rosemary Mosco / www.birdandmoon.com/ @rosemarymosco Jacques […]

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Visualising the invisible: Cool tools that reveal chemistry’s hidden secrets

Chantal Mustoe, Chemistry co-editor Featuring science cartoonist Armin Mortazavi Take a moment to imagine a scientist in a chemistry lab. Perhaps they sport a white lab coat, protective glasses, and gloves. Around them, strangely shaped glassware contains different coloured liquids alternately fizzling, glowing and smoking. You hear a whoosh as the hissing gas in a […]

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Bringing bodies together: Solar eclipse generates excitement for science

Characters of all types gathered at TELUS World of Science for an eclipse-viewing party. Image by Armin Mortazavi

Lauren Borja, Physics & Astronomy editor Millions of people gathered to watch the moon completely obstruct the sun today during the Great American Eclipse of 2017. While the path of totality didn’t pass through any part of Canada, much of our nation was treated to a partial eclipse during the middle of the day. But […]

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