Hello! Friday is a day to show the new scientific illustrations. This week we added several new illustrations of technology, human anatomy, zoology and other scientific fields. These illustrations are available for all mind the graph users (free users included). Besides that, we already have over eight thousands scientific illustrations available. With these illustrations you can create graphical abstracts, infographics, papers, posters, classes and anything you want. So, if you want to check out, try it for free:

mind the graph scientific illustrations

Now let’s see the new scientific illustrations:

Chemical Structures

chemical structure mind the graph


Cercosaura schreibersii

cercosaura schreibersii zoology

Microelectrode arrays (MEAs) 

Microelectrode arrays (MEAs)


 Fermented milk – Kefir



marshland scientific illustration


Peromyscus leucopus – white-footed mouse

peromyscus leucopus


Can I use Mind the graph illustrations in my publications?

Yes. You can use Mind the Graph for free and access thousands of scientific illustrations. Moreover, you can use the free plan as long as you want. But the free plan hasn’t unlimited features and as a free user you must cite Mind the Graph and keep the watermark. You don’t need to do that if you are a subscriber. Besides that, most of our illustrations are based on requests from our subscribers. So, if you miss any illustrations you can request it at no extra cost. Amazing, right? So, if you want more resources, you need to upgrade to the premium plan. You can see some benefits of being a subscriber here.



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