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How big are animal brains?
A visual comparison across several species determining which animals have the largest brain size compared to their body size. Hint: It's not humans.
Masses In The Stellar Graveyard
The 2017 Nobel Prize in physics went to gravitational wave researchers. Their instruments detected black holes and neutron stars were merging together in space, forming larger...
The worst flu season in eight years
Limbo Lines: Dead Here, Alive There
Brain death’s role in the uncertainties of death
The Cassini Journey
This infographic tells the Cassini spacecraft journey, which after 20 years has ended at the borders of the solar system. Designed for La Repubblica Sunday cultural supplement.
How to Fix a Broken Heart (Literally)
This information design project was inspired by a real-life medical case (Atrial Septum Defect), where the patient was a having a heart procedure to block a “hole” in her heart. I used cut paper to...
AR Space Poster Long
This infographic was produced as an alternate outcome of my final major project at university. I decided to research how to communicate the possibilities of virtual reality and augmented reality...
The chart introduces the formation and evolution of oil into the necessities of our life, from which we can understand the changes of oil from beginning to end. From the chart, we can understand...
Global Trends in Healthcare / 5 Part Infographic for Siemens Healthcare
The submitted artwork summarizes in visual illustrations five animated trend infographics for Siemens Healthcare. Each infographic by itself represents a trend island in the healthcare industry,...
Ozone air quality index values
While ozone levels in Clark County, Nevada generally fall into the good to moderate category, they occasionally reach unhealthy to very unhealthy levels between late spring and early autumn,...
Medical Insurance System
This is our thinking about the different physique of the medical system. We see the medical system as a capsule of innumerable human social developments. In our view, human beings are bound by...
Finding an Oasis in Space
Water is ever present on Earth and vital to life as we know it. Within our solar system water can be found on other worlds and will be essential for future attempts at expansion. This...
Top Lead Report "Energy Industry in Ukraine"
«Energy industry in Ukraine» - our special issue that was fully dedicated to the issues and possibilities of the energy industry. The purpose of the report is to demonstrate our expertise and...
Over the Counter
In China today, people pay more and more attention to their health problems, while medical information is often too dense and complex for most people to understand. In view of this, we examined...
Chemical Safety Laboratory
Designing a lab for synthesis and handling of highly toxic chemicals.
图解青蒿素之抗疟疾（Diagramming Artemisinin Against Malaria）
Artemisinin is the most effective means of treating malaria. For the knowledge of artemisinin and malaria, I use the information visualization form to graphically express the pharmacological...
Am I going to be Replaced by a Machine?
This work draws on data from an Oxford University study, ‘The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation’, which categorises U.S. occupations according to their...
Rodent Activity Transmissions* (RAT) systems uses real-time data to allow us a peek into the lives of a colony of naked mole-rats (Heterocephalus glaber). The project consist of a data artwork "A...
Swab the Subway
Wondering what kind of bacteria could be found in the subway, during an 18 month project started in 2013 physiology professor Christopher Mason collected samples from all subway stations in New...
The Massive Prize Luring Miners to the Stars
It might sound like science fiction, but a niche group of companies is making its way to the far reaches of the solar system, aiming to get rich by mining asteroids. Industry barons see a future...
This is an infographic I came up with for a college project . One of the topics given was ‘Conservation efforts in India’; we had to create information design on products or systems used for the...
Seven Bridges has developed a novel graph based alignment method for comparing genomes. We were asked to showcase the comparison between their method and a commonly used linear graph alignment...
Satellites: 60 Years In Orbit
Over 8000 satellites belonging to 70+ nations have been launched into the Earth’s orbit since the first Sputnik. We commemorate 60 years of space exploration with an interactive 3D-map of every...
The Great Rush To Replicate The Brain
The history of artificial intelligence development and the benefits that neuromorphic computers could bring. Infographic designed for the weekly RLab: nature, science and technology Repubblica...
Deconstructing Myths: A Cosmic Hunt in the Berber sky
For the December 2016 print issue, Scientific American asked Accurat Studio to develop a data visualization centered on the research paper “A Cosmic Hunt in the Berber sky: a Phylogenetic...
The World of AR
Augmented Reality (AR) is a new way to see the world. With AR menu and characters, we can achieve all that has been shown on Star Wars, Iron-man, The Minority Report and other Sci-fi films.
Speedy bone healing
I had a 5-month-old baby when my husband broke his arm. Suddenly he couldn’t pick up our son, rock him to sleep or even change a dirty nappy. Let’s say that I was pretty motivated to help him heal...
Studies of GMO foods have shown tumors, organ failure, gastric lesions, liver damage, kidney damage, allergic reactions and more. This poster is outrage at our nation's food supply system which I...
Can Humans Live Well Without Pillaging the Planet?
The piece designed for Scientific American focuses on the relationship between achieving a range of social objectives that can provide a good life and surpassing environmental impact limits needed...
The Drake Equation
In 1961, Astronomer Frank Drake came up with an equation to estimate how many detectable extraterrestrial civilizations might exist in our galaxy. Each variable is a crucial factor for the...