Hi there! Are you ready to see the new scientific illustrations? We have a lot of new illustrations to show you. We already have over eight thousands illustrations in our library that are available to all mind the graph users (free users included). With these illustrations you can create graphical abstracts, infographics, papers, posters, classes and anything you want. But if you still don’t find the illustrations you need, don’t worry! You also can request new illustrations!
New scientific illustrations
Let’s start with the cutest ones. we have new illustrations of newborns <3. You can check on our platform our complete library of pediatry and babies illustrations. Be prepared for cuteness.
We also have a lot of illustrations of ultrasound probes. This way you can combine illustrations to create an unique graphical abstract.
Ultrasound is sound waves with frequencies higher than the upper audible limit of human hearing. Ultrasound imaging or sonography is often used in medicine. This medical procedure allows the visualization of muscles, tendons, and many internal organs to capture their size, structure and any pathological lesions with real time tomographic images.
The black-browed albatross (Thalassarche melanophris) is a large seabird of the albatross family Diomedeidae. This species is the most widespread and common member of its family. This albatroz feeds on fish, squid, crustaceans, carrion, and fishery discards. They also steal food from other species.
Turbellaria belongs to the phylum Platyhelminthes. They are known as flatworms. They are hermaphrodites and can reproduce assexually. Many turbellarians clone themselves by transverse or longitudinal division, and others, especially acoels, reproduce by budding. However they also have sexual reproduction.
We added the receptors CD84, CD150, CD244, CD46 and CD112 to our collection. They are part of a group of immune receptors present on the cell membrane of lymphocytes and other immune cells. An immune response starts when they bind to a specific substance as a cytokine. We also have other immune receptors as the CD4. Check our gallery.
It is a procedure of orally dosing rats and mice. This procedure will administer the compound into the distal esophagus where it will then enter the stomach.
Fruits: melons and peaches
We have a lot of new illustrations of nutrition. Now you can find four different types of melons on Mind the graph. The species name is Cucumis melo. So, the hard part is to decide, which is your favorite type?
We already have a periodic table available on Mind the Graph. But now an user requested two specific elements: Iron and nickel and they are now available.
Commum clothes moth
Tineola bisselliella, known as the common clothes moth, is an insect of the Order Lepidoptera. This species is notorious for feeding on clothing and natural fibers; they have the ability to digest keratin protein in wool and silk.
Can I use these scientific illustrations on my publications?
Yes. We are an online platform to improve communication in science. You can find all these illustrations and other thousands more on Mind the Graph. We free a free plan that give you access to all illustrations. However, the free plan is not unlimited and you need to cite us and keep the watermark. So, if you don’t want to keep the watermark, you can upgrade for a few dollars and experience unlimited features. Besides that, if you don’t find the illustration you need, you can request it at no extra cost. Your illustrations will be ready in a few days. Ready to start?