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Weird (Careers in) Science: Scientific Illustrator Julius Csotonyi finds inspiration in his own backyard
June 6, 2012 · Be The First To Comment

It’s time for another installment of Weird (Careers in) Science! Today, we’d like to introduce you to a life-long artist who found a way to pair his interest in art with a fascination with all things scientific. How? Let’s find out. Meet Julius T. Csotonyi. With degrees in biology, microbiology and ecology, Csotonyi found his […]

Genghis Khan & The Battle of Ain Jalut
February 16, 2009 · 9 Comments

Reading history never gets boring. Why make it up if one can read up on the real stuff? (There are exceptions to this, but in general I would argue that this is true). Consider the battle of Ain Jalut. The year is 1260AD. The place is in modern Israel. The combatants were the Mamluks and […]



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