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Numerous dinosaurs from the Cretaceous Era enjoy water in a flood plain. There are trees and vegetation lining the banks of the waterways, and the whole scene is very colorful. In the middle of the scene is a large crocodile or alligator eating a small dinosaur

Tiffany Pereira – How She Built A Career Out of Science And Art

Tiffany Pereira’s teachers told hershel had to choose between science and art. Instead of choosing between them, she chose both, and she made a career out of it. Pereira now works as an ecologist and science illustrator for the Desert Research Institute in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Numerous dinosaurs from the Cretaceous Era enjoy water in a flood plain. There are trees and vegetation lining the banks of the waterways, and the whole scene is very colorful. In the middle of the scene is a large crocodile or alligator eating a small dinosaur

Tiffany Pereira – How She Built A Career Out of Science And Art

Tiffany Pereira’s teachers told hershel had to choose between science and art. Instead of choosing between them, she chose both, and she made a career out of it. Pereira now works as an ecologist and science illustrator for the Desert Research Institute in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Mick Hitchcock, Ph.D.

About the project

The Mick Hitchcock, Ph.D., Project for Visualizing Science is an entrepreneurial initiative to prepare students, professionals and scientists to present science in visual, creative forms. The project was established through a gift from biochemist and philanthropist Mick Hitchcock, Ph.D., in 2018.