Drawn to Science

Drawn to Science: When wildlife rescue and research collide, by Kate Cranney

Drawn to Science: When wildlife rescue and research collide, by Kate Cranney

We have several talented artists among us at Qaeco, not least of whom is Kate Cranney. Kate’s been using her flair for images and words in a series of pieces for Melbourne Uni student magazine Farrargo. Each piece tells us the story of a BioSciences PhD student and their research, paired with Kate’s stunning original artwork.

From sock possums to desert fish, and profiles of the fascinating work of Qaecologists Hannah Fraser, Michelle Freeman, and Casey Visintin, it’s well worth a read. Do yourself a favour and check out the full series over on Kate’s website.

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