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Shanling Lei

C for Climate — 2021 Science Literacy Week

For Science Literacy Week, we collaborated with the U of T Gerstein Science Information Centre to illustrate all things climate change-related in Canada.

Women in STEM

A set of nine bite-sized infographics on women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. Originally created for 2020 International Women’s Day.

A closeup of a gold/red maple leaf floating in a puddle. The text reads, "The rose-tinted shades of autumn".

The Rose-tinted Shades of Autumn

Who doesn’t love to walk around on a crisp autumn afternoon, listening to the satisfying crunch of the fallen leaves under our boots, and enjoying the speckled array of the reds, yellows and oranges around us? It happens every year, but have you ever wondered why some leaves fall and others don’t? Or why there’s such a variety of colours?

A dentist probing at a patient's teeth. The patient's face is divided into two halves: one half shows the patient's skeleton, while the other half shows the patient's face.

Denthistory: Learning About Ancient Humans From Their Teeth

For a lot of people, visiting the dentist can be an exposing experience. Just by looking at their patients’ teeth, dentists can tell who’s been enjoying sugary drinks, or who skips flossing. As it turns out, dental bioarchaeologists can learn a lot from analyzing the teeth of prehistoric humans, too!