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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.
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...
The main visual interface for threaded conversations on the internet (forums) is still mostly text. In this work we give a full reimagining of the forum reading experience through the use of graph...
The timeline of human evolution
This illustrated story of the human evolution spans from the first cell to Charles Darwin in 7.27 meters with 259 beautiful flat illustrations. In this survey, all the most relevant species are...
Uber and Cabs: Around The Clock
Preface: Why are using the same graphs that were invented in 1786? Science is necessarily methodical, and methodical can be slow. Like any slow process, the evolution and modernizing of the process...
So, you want to learn how to code?
Quiz and visualization to help people who are new to programing figure out what language they should start learning. I've seen many friends who want to enter the technology field, but start by...
Breakdown Of The OTC Medicines Market In Britain
An essential visual guide for pharmacists on the growth in the over-the-counter medicines market over the year, containing data on the key products that they need to be aware of and the key trends...
A Year in Flights
This data art piece conveys the intricacies of a year’s worth of flights performed by Transavia, a Dutch airline. Each flight is turned into an abstract shape whose appearance is completely...
The visualization shows an analysis of renewable energy supply in Italy and in the world. Renewable energy is defined as the contribution of renewables to total primary energy supply (TPES).
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,...
Mobile Internet Landscape In China 2019
This is a landscape of the Chinese mobile internet market in 2019.
A Thought Thesaurus artwork is the visualisation of the structure of matter and how the motion within a molecular structure creates the forms we see. Feeling the energy and spin of all things...
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...
Artificial Senses visualizes sensor data of the machines that surround us to develop an understanding how they experience the world. In current times, machine learning and artificial...
A Study of All Category 5 Hurricanes of the Past 50 Years Across the U.S.
This infographic is about the long trail of death and destruction that “category 5” hurricanes leave every year on their path across the United States and the conterminous seas. The visualization...
Visualizing Shark Numbers
Visualizing Shark Numbers is an interactive story that incorporates data visualizations and scientific illustrations with the purpose of highlighting the diversity of sharks and shedding light on...
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.
102 Volcanic Eruptions
Illustration of 102 significant volcanic eruptions of last 18 years based on dataset by National Centers for Environmental Information (https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/hazard/volcano.shtml)....
Quantifying Career Hot Streaks
A landmark new study shows that bursts of brilliance happen for almost everyone. This discovery holds promise for creatives and other kinds of professionals. We've created an interactive graphic...
GROW Observatory: Soil Moisture Maps
The GROW Observatory is a European-wide project engaging thousands of growers, scientists and others passionate about the land. For the Soil Moisture Maps project, we use local sensor and satellite...
The Wandering Sun
At the beginning of 2019, residents in southern China has suffered from an abnormally long rainy season. How long has the sun gone wandering? We charted three infographics to mark this...
Decoding Big Pharma’s Secret Drug Pricing Practices
Health insurance companies buy prescription drugs the way U.S. consumers buy cars: There’s the sticker price (which few people actually pay) and there’s the negotiated price.
Details On Fast Food
Eating a poor quality diet high in junk food is linked to a higher risk of obesity, depression, digestive issues, heart disease and stroke, type 2 diabetes, cancer, and early death. This...
Inside The American Factory Farm
The increased industrialization of farm animals has not only affected the number of animals processed every year, but has also had immense environmental effects on the air, land, and water of the...
A Modern Herbal
For thousands of years, humans have used plants for medicinal purposes, and we still source drugs from plants today, including breakthrough treatments for cancer, malaria, neurodegenerative...
Why Your Smartphone Is Causing You ‘Text Neck’ Syndrome
This story explains how and why hunching over your phone is destroying your posture and exposing those around you to manifold dangers. Data, diagrams, videos and animation show how and why we get...
Degrees Of Uncertainty
An animated data-driven documentary about climate change and public trust in science, Degrees of Uncertainty takes an inquisitive look at the complex relationship between certainty and scientific...
Seven Endangered Species That Could (Almost) Fit In A Single Train Carriage
Some species are so close to extinction, that every remaining member can fit on a New York subway carriage (if they squeeze). First published early September 2018 on Mona Chalabi's Instagram...
The Tools Animals Use
Some animal groups have displayed more than 20 ways of using tools while others demonstrate just a few, scientists say. Orangutans borrow canoes to forage for aquatic plants. Octopuses carry...
Unraveling The JPEG
JPEG images are everywhere in our digital lives, powered by algorithms that remove details that are imperceptible to the human eye. This produces the highest visual quality with the smallest file...