|Markos Kay (“Defying Limits”) is a digital artist, illustrator, and lecturer based in London. His work explores the visualization and abstraction of the microscopic world through computer simulations. He is a keen collaborator, always on the lookout for scientists interested in visualizing their data.|
|A California-based photographer, Leslie Williamson (“Immunity Meets Metabolism”) is best known for her portraits of people and their spaces, and for her two books, Handcrafted Modern: At Home with Midcentury Designers and Modern Originals: At Home with Midcentury European Designers. She travels the world in search of creative people working on exciting projects.|
Henry McCausland (“Warrior for a Day”) lives in London and works as an international illustrator. He enjoys pens, his health, sunshine, and being asked to draw people running.
|Connecticut-based writer Cathy Shufro (“Immersion in the Lab”) also tutors writing at Yale College. A 2012 International Reporting Project fellow, she never considered visiting Russia until writing her story for this issue. Now she’s reading the satirical novel that Russian scientist Mikhail Gelfand recommended—Heart of a Dog, by Mikhail Bulgakov.|
Photo credits: Markos Kay, Leslie Williamson, Henry McCausland, Cathy Shufro.
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