It is time to see the scientific illustrations that we added to Mind the Graph platform last week. We add new illustrations every week to our library. Consequently, we already have thousands of illustrations available to all our users (free users included).
Our illustrations are scientifically accurate. Also, they have a pattern, which means you can combine different illustrations and the final result will be attractive and eye-catching.
If you don’t now Mind the Graph yet, but want to start improving your communication in science, you can start now for free:
Now, let’s see the new scientific illustrations of the week:
Ocean acidification on shells
Life cycle of a bivalve
I need different scientific illustrations. What should I do?
You can see all the illustrations and templates available on our website. Even with all these illustrations available, it is possible that you still don’t find the one you need. Mainly if are working on a new experiment or treatment. But don’t worry. Most of our illustrations are based on requests from our subscribers, at no extra cost.
So, if you want a specific illustration that you didn’t find on Mind the Graph, you can become a subscriber and request it now: