Profiling New York City’s forensic anthropologist – Dr. Bradley Adams

Yesterday, there was an article in the New York Times titled, "In Bones, He Sees the Clues From Life" which profiles the work of Dr. Bradley Adams, the forensic anthropologist for the city of New York. According to the city's chief medical examiner, Adams' specialty is taphonomy, or figuring out the "tool marks on dismembered... Continue Reading →

Drawing a digital australopithecine

Boredom on a Friday night makes me embark on epic projects. Tonight, I decided to follow Olduvai George's entertaining how-to on digital illustration. A bit of background though -- I've drawn all throughout my life, and have taken a science illustration class about two years ago. I've illustrated a couple things for one of my... Continue Reading →

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