The Chronical Review: Plato / Big Brains – Small Minds

The Chronical Review: Plato / Big Brains - Small MindsLast week Tina created an image for the Chronicle Review.
“Big Brains, Small Minds” is an article by John Kaag and David O’Hara, about seeing STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) studies in a Platonic light.

We are on the verge of becoming the best trained, and least educated, society since the Romans — and reducing the humanities to a type of soft science will only hasten this trend.

if you are interessted to read the whole article, here is the link:

http://chronicle.com/article/Big-Brains-Small-Minds/236480

Iris Saar Isaacs / inSync design / jewellery

Iris Saar Isaacs  |  inSync design

Iris Saar Isaacs asked Tina to do an illustration
to promote the new jewellery collection of inSync design.

tree / baum

tree   /   baum

Tina is working on a new postcard project. This time with drawings of trees in winter.

Walrus & the Bear

zellmer-walrus and the bear

Tina did this illustration for Walrus & the Bear, an art historian turned podcast-producer.
Walrus will bring you compelling stories from Berlin, alternated with reflections on its controversial history. Because it is only after you understand Berlin’s central role in so many historic conflicts, that you can fully appreciate the unique situation Berlin is in today.
Want to know more? check this link: http://viertausendhertz.de/walrus-and-the-bear/

spiegel online über viertausendhertz podcasts

viertausendhertz starter
Startbild-illustration und ein kleiner feiner Artikel sind bei spiegel-online unter netzwelt zu sehen

Hört rein unter: http://viertausendhertz.de/podcasts/

viertausendhertz

viertausendhertz / podcast / zellmer

Das erste Podcastlabel im deutschsprachigen Raum steht für anspruchsvoll produzierte, erzählerische Podcasts.
Illustrationen von Tina Zellmer
viertausendhertz.de

Chemistry World magazine

chemistryworld-zellmer-prehistoric-dinosaur

Tina Zellmer worked together with the Royal Society of Chemistry
for the Chemistry World magazine
The article is about how scientists can extract proteins and DNA samples from the bones
of prehistoric animals, but there is a question over how long proteins can really
survive and therefore how accurate the results of this research are.