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Cohort Study of Pancreatic Cancer
This map was a personal project where I wanted to see what were the correlation or attributes to pancreatic cancer. With this approach, an observer can get a sense of various factors. Does age...
The BMJ Visual Abstracts
Practicing doctors and researchers need to keep up to date with new medical research, but it can be challenging to read every paper that could be relevant. To help our time-pressured readers to get...
Meet the Neighbors
This visual shows all the stars that we’ve discovered within 20 light years from our Solar system, and the exoplanets belonging to 12 of those stars. When comparing the types of stars, it becomes...
Natural Resources Inventory For Queensland
The Natural Resources Inventory is an interactive collection of metrics and data visualisations that depict the stock, value and use of Queensland’s natural resources. It is the world’s first...
A comic drawing attention to the fact that having more ways of contacting people doesn't necessarily make it easier to contact people.
Tide Of Lies
After years of detective work, it's still unclear why a Japanese doctor faked dozens of clinical trials.
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...
The Tangible Universe
A VR app for laymen and astronomers that visualizes X-ray data of astronomical objects from the ESA satellite XMM-Newton. Data of >1,000 X-ray sources generate unique data objects. Their sizes,...
Russia is a vast country spanning through seven time zones and several climates from southern steppes to northern subarctic. And though it’s citizens rarely encounter actual avitaminosis - critical...
We Might Run Out Of These Elements
It's easy to imagine running out of oil or water. Gadolinium? Not so much. From the batteries in our electronics to the alloys holding up our buildings, individual elements play crucial—if...
How Does Plastic Get Into The Body [塑料如何进入人体]
Since humans are at the top of the biological chain, the cumulative toxicity of persistent organic pollutants and other substances can be amplified many times through media such as microplastics....
IBM Bluemix Availability Monitoring
Bluemix Availability Monitoring (BAM) allows effortless insight into your application's performance with a single click, providing correlations between app performance and code changes. BAM helps...
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.
Data Science vs Fake
DATA SCIENCE vs FAKE is a video web series to fight against generally accepted ideas, rumours, false informations… 20 short films of DATA about AIDS, gender and climate warming, Available on the...
Silicon Age [硅基时代]
Silicon-based civilization is already integrated into people's lives. Carbon-based civilization is the culture formed by organisms, while silicon-based civilization is driven mainly by data, which...
Since the 1970's there have been attempts to introduce a kind of a unitary patent; all unsuccessful. Will it be different this time? Will the UK participate regardless of Brexit? Interestingly,...
The safest cars of the last eleven years
IIHS Top safety picks since 2006 visualized by make, manufacturer, and model. A work realized for Titlemax.com
Exploring The Twilight Zone
Scientists have launched a new project to explore the effects of climate change by looking at a little known part of the ocean.
Visualising Futuristic Technology for National Geographic Channel's Year Million
When National Geographic Channel commissioned Year Million, a 6-part docudrama looking at how humans will live a million years from now, Radical Media tapped Territory to visualise the futuristic...
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...
IPCC SR1.5 FAQ Report Graphics
A series of graphics produced to compliment the main SR15 report on the impacts of Global Warming of 1.5°C. The FAQ graphics are intended to back up the graphics in the report and make the subject...
Map of the Internet
Despite decades of growth, demand for more and faster internet connections continues to skyrocket. According to Cisco, total internet traffic for 2016 will exceed a zettabyte. (A one with 21 zeroes...
The Clone Era of China
On November 27, 2017, the worldundefineds first somatic cloned monkey "Zhong" was born at the Institute of Neuroscience of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the non-human primate platform of the...
The Chart of Medical School Admissions
Medical School is extremely competitive. You need to have nearly perfect grades and MCAT scores. Then there is an overwhelming number of schools to consider. Inspired by Priestley this chart tries...
In China, there are three expressways that are among the most in the world. He has crossed most of the country and has gathered the wisdom and sweat of many laboring people. After his success, the...
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...
Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) is one of the most important techniques used in Biology. It is used almost every day by researchers across biological sciences, clinical medicine, and forensics....
A blockchain is a database that is shared across a network of computers. Once a record has been added to the chain it is very difficult to change. To ensure all the copies of the database are...
Billions Of Birds Migrate. Where Do They Go?
Migratory birds have made their thousand-mile flights for milennia, but we are just now learning to map their mesmerizing journeys.
The Cycle Of Influenza
Many diseases hold cyclical patterns as a result of climate changes throughout a year. Influenza, or 'the flu', causes the most illnesses in the colder, winter months. However, an outbreak of swine...