Here are a few of my cartoons about chemistry
These cartoon strips first have appeared in Chemistry World,
the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
If you would like to use one of these cartoons please make a note of the reference number beneath it
then go to my licensing page.
A cartoon about the financial factors that can influence scientific research budgets.
A cartoon about August Kekule's dream in which he realised the molecular structure of the benzene molecule.
The cartoon hints that the structure of dna could have been thought of in the same way.
A cartoon about the invention of paint that makes objects invisible.
A cartoon about the use of arsenic as a poison.
A cartoon about a chemical that affects memory by causing short term memory loss.
A cartoon about the invention of a chemical that changes colour as a result of human emotions or thoughts.
A cartoon about genetical modification that creates 'self-packaging food' by the modification of a plant's cellulose.
A cartoon about genetical modification based on the expression 'pigs might fly'.
A cartoon about truth drugs and their possible use by repressive regimes.
A cartoon about popular science programmes and their presenters.
A cartoon about x-ray crystallography and rorschach tests (and spiders).
A cartoon about budget cuts in scientific research projects.
A cartoon about internet dating for nerdy and geeky scientists.
For more of my cartoons visit my searchable archive of cartoons.