A cyclops, a sea monster and a three-headed dog guard the office of Scott Henderson, a gallery director at the Science Museum Oklahoma. The handmade
When we return to a topic where the research has advanced, our visual explanations need to be updated accordingly
Graphic artist Erik Nelson Rodriguez is an innovative comics journalist. With reporter Darryl Holliday, he began creating nonfiction stories in graphic-novel form at university, covering issues such as gun violence.
Drawing a clear and compelling figure is vital in science communication, so Karen Cheng and Marco Rolandi set up a help desk for scientists and engineers to consult with design students.
Even without a map, you can see the effects of the eclipse over an area. Photos uploaded to Instagram under #eclipse2017 quickly spiked when the umbra — the shadow cast by the moon completely blocking out the sun — began its trip over the Oregon coast.
The project abruptly transformed into an exercise in visualizing complexity. First, it seemed imperative to define a few terms. Sex, gender, and sexuality are all distinct from one another (although they are often related), and each exists on its own spectrum.
“we must find ways to further engage and grow our audience. For those who are already interested and science literate, we need to inspire them to engage with science at higher levels”Information graphics and the fight for science in Trump’s America