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Book Jack Challoner (2022)
Seeing Science: The Art of Making the Invisible Visible. (/isis/citation/CBB384641457/) unapi

Article John A. Edgington (2022)
Three botanical watercolours by Richard Bradley (c.1688–1732) including of coffee and cinnamon. Archives of Natural History (pp. 341-346). (/isis/citation/CBB762625869/) unapi

Article Marco Masseti (2022)
Gazelles (Gazella spp.) depicted in frescoes and sculpture from Herculaneum and Pompeii. Archives of Natural History (pp. 259-268). (/isis/citation/CBB432740443/) unapi

Article Peter B. Logan (2022)
John James Audubon (1785–1851) carte de visite (c.1860). Archives of Natural History (pp. 416-419). (/isis/citation/CBB257939948/) unapi

Book Caspar Pearson (2022)
Leon Battista Alberti: The Chameleon’s Eye. (/isis/citation/CBB092479661/) unapi

Book John Potts; Nigel Helyer (2022)
Science Meets Art. (/isis/citation/CBB965606422/) unapi

Book Conohar Scott (2022)
Photography and Environmental Activism: Visualising the Struggle Against Industrial Pollution. (/isis/citation/CBB537949616/) unapi

Book Hannah Star Rogers (2022)
Art, Science, and the Politics of Knowledge. (/isis/citation/CBB734293422/) unapi

Book Max Ryynänen (2022)
Bodily Engagements with Film, Images, and Technology: Somavision. (/isis/citation/CBB189516123/) unapi

Article Anthony French (2022)
The colouring of John Curtis’s British entomology (1834–1839): Joseph Standish and “the paragon of perfection”. Archives of Natural History (pp. 62-77). (/isis/citation/CBB473136138/) unapi

Article Brittany Myburgh (2022)
Space-Time and Utopia: Notes on artistic engagement with physics from Cubism to Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Spontaneous Generations (pp. 54-62). (/isis/citation/CBB368804279/) unapi

Book Simon Martin (2022)
Drawn to Nature: Gilbert White and the Artists. (/isis/citation/CBB006150765/) unapi

Article Anna Dumitriu (2022)
Hypersymbiotics™: An artistic reflection on the ethical and environmental implications of microbiome research and new technologies. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (p. 100820). (/isis/citation/CBB920515336/) unapi

Article Whitney E. Laemmli (2022)
How to Capture Movement. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 132-135). (/isis/citation/CBB065455071/) unapi

Book Charles Avery; Samuel Shaw; Helen Cowie; et al. (2022)
Miss Clara and the Celebrity Beast in Art 1500–1860. (/isis/citation/CBB268778466/) unapi

Article Kuang-Yi Ku; Liang-Kai Yu (2022)
Between Art, Science, and Queer Ecology: A Conversation Between Kuang-Yi Ku and Liang-Kai Yu. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 124-129). (/isis/citation/CBB583756752/) unapi

Book Federico Prina (2022)
Vulcani. Tra geografia e letteratura. (/isis/citation/CBB040204142/) unapi

Chapter Roberta Ballestriero; Marco Tosa (2022)
From the Doge's funeral masks to the 'children with no names'. The art of wax modelling in Venice. In: Ceroplastics: The Science of Wax (pp. 241-250). (/isis/citation/CBB512371226/) unapi

Chapter Laura Cunningham (2022)
Waxing and Waning: The curious case of an early Eaton’s wax display mannequin. In: Ceroplastics: The Science of Wax (pp. 223-240). (/isis/citation/CBB254749156/) unapi

Article Thomas Sharpe (2022)
Henri De la Beche's 1829-1830 litograph, duria antiquior. Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society (pp. 47-63). (/isis/citation/CBB971607561/) unapi


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