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Lessons From Those We've Lost: Exploring Over A Century Of Extinction
While we battle to save Black Rhinos and Mountain Gorillas, what can we learn from those that have already gone? What can the legacy of Schomburgk's Deer, the Paradise Parrot and Lonesome George...
Mavericks & Heretics
Ignored, Scorned…Vindicated. The maverick scientists whose heretical ideas were proven correct… …eventually.
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...
The worst flu season in eight years
The 24 Solar Terms Of China
Twenty-four solar terms reflect the change of seasonal climate, and keeping in good health should follow the trend. In the design of the information chart of "Twenty-four Solar Terms Health Care...
3D rendering of weather model output. The viewer floats above the sea, and focuses on a cloud system which formed over an island. The black "arrows" visualise rain falling out of the cloud. Where...
The Struggle To Track Global Sea Level Rise
Warmer ocean waters are undermining ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica. Glaciers are melting or cracking into pieces. Now scientists have to figure out how much the vanishing ice will make...
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...
What Is Space Junk And Why Is It A Problem?
Humankind has been launching satellites and rockets into space for 60 years, filling Earth’s orbit with masses of debris with China’s expanding space programme a major contribution to the issue. An...
Neil And Buzz Go For A Walk
Neil And Buzz was motivated by a realization: I had no idea what happened on the Apollo 11 moonwalk beyond Neil’s "one small step." How many walks were there? How long were they out there? How far...
Actionable Pathological Targets in Rheumatoid Arthritis
This interactive infographic was created to educate US-based health-care providers (HCPs) in the specific field of novel therapies for rheumatoid arthritis. Complex information was presented in a...
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....
'Murderous Virus' is an information design that visualizes crime data from 1990 to 2016 in Korea. The number of crimes in each year, crime rate by population, crime rate by region and crime rate...
The Internet: A Population
An information graphic designed to tell the story of the Internet. This 28x72in banner titled, “The Internet: A Population” focuses on the number of people across the world who are connected to the...
Empathy in an Epidemic
Every day, 91 people overdose on opioids in the United States. Opioid addiction has become an epidemic. Why is it such a big problem? And what can we do to help? In this animation, a...
Global Activity Monitor - Ring Central
The Ring Central Global Business Activity Visualization was designed as a large-screen lobby display showing the aggregates global business activity data (including phone, text and Glip, a...
The insane amounts of data we're using every minute
The artwork shows data regarding the utilization of robotics in the future
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...
Is a scientific career predictable?
Research on creativity has shown that people tend to produce their most important works when they are young. This is true for scientists too. But a new study finds that this is simply because...
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...
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 phrase "health and longevity" is what everyone wants to achieve, and it is also a good wish for the other side. We can see in many TV programs that some people do everything they can to live a...
When Your Arm Is Gone, Is It Really Gone?
These seven types of medical waste are the result of procedures, studies and general living habits around the hospital and in the world. They are produced and disposed of through different methods,...
Meteor Impact On Earth
Nick Bostrom has a very interesting paper called “Existential Risk Prevention as Global Priority.” The basic intuition is that preventing even small risks of human extinction is worthwhile if we...
Arctic Sea Ice is Shrinking
A look at the change in the amount of sea ice in the Arctic over the last four decades. In reviewing the data, it struck me that I could convey the numbers in an arctic aesthetic, allowing the...
A visualization of the next 30 days of near Earth asteriod approaches. The bigger the circle, the bigger the asteroid. The darker the circle, the closer it will get to the Earth. You can hover...
To create a series of graphics explaining the benefits of eating a low GI diet and how it can overcome weight and diabetes. For this project I approached it using the raw data to build the concept...
Objects Of War
The 20th century’s most important scientific discoveries and artistic creations are mapped in time with the incidence of wars, massacres and genocide to reveal reoccurring patterns of creative...
Arctic Sea Ice
Visualizing the shrinking extent of Arctic Sea Ice from 1989 to 2017.