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The Shortlist: Science & Technology

Dataviz is all about exploring frontiers and blowing past boundaries. This year our creators probed the cutting-edge of science & technology with entries on cryptocurrencies, space exploration, and artificial intelligence. Activate your curiousity, and delve into the incredible Shortlisted pieces in our 'Science & Technology' category.

 

2017: The Safest Skies Record

By Adolfo Arranz & Pablo Robles at South China Morning Post

 

Diagramming Artemisinin Against Malaria

By Yu Dan Hua

 

Searching for Health

By Alberto Cairo & Simon Rogers at Google News Lab

 

Satellites: 60 Years in Orbit

By Maria Potashova, Nika Milovidova, Taya Khalikova, Nastasya Lugovaya, Mikhail Shestakov, Vladimir Kononov, Alexander Vershinin & Anton Stepanov at Rossiya Segodnya

 

Data Science vs Fake

By Cécile Klingler, Alex Ly, Tristan Kebci & Christophe Atabekian with Pascal Goblot

 

What Happens To The Plastic We Throw Out

By Brian T. Jacobs, Jason Treat & Kennedy Elliott with National Geographic

 

Artificial Senses

By Kim Albrecht at metaLAB Harvard, supported by the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society

 

How Crypto Stacks Up Against Other Investments

By Yue Qiu, Justina Lee & Adrian Leung at Bloomberg LP

 

Dynamic Planet Interactive Scientific Poster

By Jonas Häutle, Tom Duscher, Dr. Andrey Babeyko, Dr. Sascha Brune, Dr. Peter Evans, Cedric Evers, Dr. Monika Korte, Dr. Martin Rother, Dr. Joachim Saul, Dr. Bernhard Steinberger, Dr. Angelo Strollo, Dr. Ariane Kujau & Ralf Nestler at Science Communication Lab

 

Making Sense of Skills

By Cath Sleeman & Jyldyz Djumalieva

 

:: See the Full 2018 Shortlist

 

Discover each category:

Arts, Entertainment & Culture

Breaking News

Humanitarian

Leisure, Games & Sport

Maps, Places & Spaces

People, Language & Identity

Politics & Global

Visualization & Information Design

Science & Technology

Unusual

 

I'm shortlisted - what happens next?

We've emailed all shortlisted entrants with next steps including invites to the NYC ceremony, taking place the evening of Tuesday, 4th December. If you're shortlisted but haven't heard from us by 11.59 (PST) Fri 12 Oct, it's probably because we don't have up-to-date contacts for you – so drop us a line

Not shortlisted but want to find out the results live - and brush shoulders with the winners - at the NYC ceremony? We’re making available a limited number of tickets (including canapés and a welcoming drink) - book here

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:: Browse the 2018 Longlist & Shortlist

:: See the 2017 winners 

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