The AAT Project.
Do you have a great idea or invention that you are ready to bring it to life? Well, here’s your chance! The AAT Project™ is an online competition that will identify, mentor and manage exceptional teens whose ideas will change the world. This is an opportunity to work with renowned scientists, have your work exposed to a wide audience, and if you’re very lucky, win a significant cash prize. Check out our Tumblr, and you’ll find a link to our website with more information.
Good luck for everyone, to the organizers and to all participants
Scientific Illustration: Conveying Information with Charm
I am a scientific and children’s illustrator, and the Artist in Residence at the science blog, BuzzHootRoar.
I am currently teaching a class on Skillshare called Scientific Illustration: Conveying Information with Charm. Skillshare is an amazing platform to learn new skills, and I think this is a class many of your readers might be interested in! My class takes students all the way through an illustration project, from researching, brainstorming, sketching, drawing, to digital production. It focuses around the topic of what I’ve dubbed “whimsical scientific illustration”, or scientific illustration that has personality, charm, and steps a bit away from reality to better communicate the true essence of the subject.
I would love for you to check out my class and if you think it sounds interesting, to consider blogging about it.
I really appreciate your time and consideration!
Sorry for the delay, I’ve had a very busy days… so is real life!
Good luck with your project!
Q:Hi, Hope you are doing well! We are waiting for you. Where are you from last few days? No any update from last 5-6 days. This is not personal :-) you can take it personal. Please can you suggest me some good blogs for Computer Science? - Vishal
Oops, thanks for the worries… I’m reasonably ok and I’ll resume blogging in a few days.
About your petition on Computer Science, sure, I will make some posts listing some nice sites, also I will begin a new tag “big data”, because there is a lot of aesthetic beauty there too.
In the mean time, I can highly recommend that people take a look on Coursera:
- Data Science (Johns Hopkins University).- A Sequence of Courses: Learn to be a Data Scientist and Apply Your Skills in a Capstone Project.
- Introduction to Data Science (Bill Howe, University of Washington)
they are pretty reliable courses and cover indeed a good number of topics about introductory Computer Science. [Oh, and free!]
Drums to start the week. These people of Animusic do some fancy genuine stuff.