Our Tangled Family Tree ROLE: art direction and graphic; PRODUCT: “Shattered Ancestry,” by Katherine Harmon, Scientific American, February 2013; © Scientific American
Stages of a Whale-fall ROLE: whale illustration, art direction, and page design; PRODUCT: “The Prolific Afterlife of Whales,” By Crispin T. S. Little, Scientific American, February 2010; species inset illustrations © Catherine Wilson (catwilsonart.com); infobox © Scientific American
Colony Collapse Disorder ROLE: illustration and page design; PRODUCT: “Saving the Honeybee,” By Diana Cox-Foster and Dennis VanEngelsdorp, Scientific American, April 2009; © Scientific American; (associated photos from top to bottom: Heidi and Hans-Jurgen Koch, Minden Pictures; Andrew Syred, Photo Researchers, Inc.; Central Science Laboratory, Photo Researchers, Inc.; Courtesy of Barton Smith, Jr. USDA Bee Research Laboratory)
The Chemistry of Thickening and Gelling illustration by Jen Christiansen; PRODUCT: Modernist Cuisine; The Art and Science of Cooking, by Nathan Myhrvold, with Chris Young and Maxime Bilet, Volume 4; 2011, © The Cooking Lab, LLC
The Avian Advantage ROLE: art direction and illustration; PRODUCT: “What Birds See,” By Timothy H. Goldsmith, Scientific American, July 2006; illustration © Jen Christiansen.
Batodonoides vanhouteni A reconstruction of the smallest known non-flying mammal (left), with a modern Etruscan shrew (right) for scale; illustration © National Geographic
The Immune Paradox ROLE: art direction and illustration; PRODUCT: “The Malignant Flame,” by Gary Stix, Scientific American July 2007; illustration © Jen Christiansen
Recipe for Nanobacteria ROLE: art direction and illustration; PRODUCT: “The Rise and Fall of Nanobacteria,” by John D. Young and Jan Martel, Scientific American, January 2010; illustration © Scientific American; associated photos by John D. Young and Jan Martel (top three micrographs); “Putative Nanobacteria Represent Physiological Remnants and Culture By-Products of Normal Calcium Homeostasis,” by John D. Young et al., in PLOS ONE, Vol. 4, No. 2; February 9, 2009 (bottom two micrographs).
Tumor Pathways ROLE: art direction and illustration; PRODUCT: “Gaining Ground on Breast Cancer,” by Francisco J. Esteva and Gabriel N. Hortobagyi, Scientific American, June 2008; illustration © Scientific American
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