The Art of Science, by Stephen Gaeta. Click here and look closely at the mouse. Chromosome 1 gets its artist on. That’s what gene expression really is.
Here’s some art made “with mathematical equations and inequalities”. It’s greater than or equal to what you’d expect.
If you thought that wind was only good for kite-flying and anemophily, think again. Wind can be art.
100 Years of Organic Chemistry may sound worse to you than 100 years of solitude. Artist/Professor David Cordes begs to differ.
Art meets Fano varieties (the prime numbers of shapes) from Gemma Anderson. Nice. Wait, I mean…niche.
This artist can produce figured wooden brains customized to reflect the abilities or particular features of your brain. If you can get your brain to pose for long enough.
This portrait gallery shows what famous scientists really looked like. No wonder people didn’t take Galileo seriously. I guess they did have access to good chemicals. Get your hair cut, hippies.
Periodic table table. Luckily arsenic isn’t a lanthanoid or actinoid, preventing me writing a joke about sitting on your arsenic.