Veritas

Gallery for May 2019

Nicole Adamson

May 22, 2019

Every issue, Veritas aims to capture the beauty of science in images of the seemingly mundane. Here's our gallery for the May 2019 issue.

Bluffs are an iconic feature of the Northern California coastline. Formed by years of erosion by wind and waves, rocky cliffs are gradually worn away. If the base of a cliff erodes below a house perched at the top, the results can be devastating. Photo by Sabrina Martin in Mendocino State Park, California

Gallery for February 2019

February 27, 2019

Every issue, Veritas aims to capture the beauty of science in images of the seemingly mundane. Here’s our...

California newts have multiple defenses against predators. Their skin secretes a neurotoxin and they can regenerate limbs and organs. Like frogs, their life begins as a tadpole before they mature.

Gallery for October 2018

October 12, 2018

Every issue, Veritas aims to capture the beauty of science in images of the seemingly mundane.  Her...

Succulent leaves have a waxy coating covering the outside of the leaf called the cuticle. Also, the swollen leaf shape efficiently packs higher volume into a smaller surface area. This prevents moisture from evaporating, which helps the plant maintain homeostasis. The spiral leaf arrangement funnels moisture down towards the roots under the center of the plant.

Gallery for May 2018

May 23, 2018

Every issue, Veritas aims to capture the beauty of science in images of the seemingly mundane.  Her...

BANSKIA PLANTS are native to Australia and provide an important source of nectar to a variety of birds, rats, and bats.

Gallery for February 2018

February 6, 2018

  Every issue, Veritas aims to capture the beauty of science in images of the seemingly mundane.  Her...