Want to have your research turned into a coloring page and featured on our site?
While ColorMePhd started as a single coloring book featuring PhD student research in chemistry and chemical engineering at UC Berkeley, we would love to extend the reach to researchers in science, engineering, technology, and math at universities and national laboratories across the globe to keep the project going! If you are a PhD student, postdoc, professor, or researcher in science and engineering at a university or national lab and want to be featured as a coloring page on our website, we would love to hear from you!
If you are interested, please fill out the scientist application form.
Selected applicants will receive an email with details about developing the coloring page. Application and participation is free of charge. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
For questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Create Your Own Coloring Page with ColorBooked
UC Berkeley PhD Student Matthew Witman was inspired by ColorMePhd to develop an open-source code that allows the user to convert a picture or image file into a color-able black and white image. Visit the blog post ColorBooked to learn more about how you could create your own coloring page!