At MIT News, I loved illustrating recent scientific discoveries. Here are some of my favorite pieces, along with links to the news articles.
Study: Online classes really do work
This illustration, created in Photoshop, shows the diverse students of online MITx classes. Read the article.
How to predict responses to disease
"Computer model could help public health officials anticipate overreactions to disease outbreaks." I drew a person on the local Red Line who is surrounded by overreacting commuters. Read the article.
Inside the minds of voters
"An MIT political scientist proposes a new polling method to reveal how voters make choices at the ballot box." I depicted a person deciding who to vote for at the ballot box. Read the article.
Bacteria: A day in the life
"MIT study finds ocean bacteria follow predictable patterns of daily activity." An amoeba goes about their day, doing things on schedule. Read the article.
Rumors have it
"Study: Trying to correct political myths may only entrench them further." It’s hard to change someone’s mind when it comes to politics. Read the article.
A new approach to diversity research
"MIT professor suggests a rethinking of homogeneity as the baseline used to study diversity." Read the article.