Here are two new cartoons – feel free to repost and use as you like, just cite “copyright 2016 by Russ Hodge” and add a link to this blog: www.goodsciencewriting.wordpress.com.
New cartoons you can feel free to use and repost – especially around your institutes and to any colleagues that might be interested in such things – by citing “copyright 2016 by Russ Hodge, goodsciencewriting.wordpress.com.” The first set comes from a new series I’m calling: “MISHAPS from the evolutionary workbench.”
In the following cartoon, resemblance to any living person (for example, my friend Thomas Wienker in his younger days) is completely unintentional.
This week’s themes:
Structural biology, ion channels, and small-molecule screening!
Same rules as always: Feel free to use or repost, if you accompany the image with the citation:
copyright 2016 by Russ Hodge, http://www.goodsciencewriting.wordpress.com.
This is the 100th post on my blog. To celebrate, here is a sample of a new series of cartoons called “Future Nobel Prize winners in the 2nd grade,” followed by a few singles…
Feel free to repost and use, accompanied by the text “copyright 2016 by Russ Hodge” and a link to this blog!