An 'ESCRT' Dress to Address My Research

Beata Edyta Mierzwa

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Beata Science Art

  1. Nature Methods Cover - An Arrow Poison for CRISPR
    31 May, 2017
    Nature Methods Cover - An Arrow Poison for CRISPR
    My new artwork on the current Nature Methods cover - what a great honor! Ouabain, a molecule traditionally used as an arrow poison in Africa, is used as a new selection method for CRISPR. Congratulations to the Doyon lab for a fantastic paper!
  2. EMBO Journal Cover - Self Organization in Cerebral Organoi
    15 May, 2017
    EMBO Journal Cover - Self Organization in Cerebral Organoids
    So excited have my drawing on the current issue of EMBO Journal! This artwork illustrates how 'minibrains' self-organize their cells into distinct zones - like a yin-yang symbolizing the balance between distinct but complementary entities.
  3. CSHL Symposium on Chromosome Segregation & Structure
    01 Mar, 2017
    An Eye-catcher for the CSHL Symposium
    I had the huge honor to illustrate the poster for the 82nd Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Symposium on Chromosome Segregation and Structure.
  4. Making C. elegans reveal its secrets using a laser to manipulate protein function.
    07 Dec, 2016
    Making C. elegans Reveal Its Secrets
    I made this drawing to illustrate Sriram Sundaramoorthy's research, who presented the illustration at the ASCB Meeting 2016 in San Francisco.
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