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Visualizing Science: Illustration and Beyond

Visualizing Science: Illustration and Beyond

Where does the illustrator end and the infographer begin? How does data visualization fit in? And what does science have to say about the design decisions we make?

By Jen Christiansen


New Model Re-creates Apollo 11 Mission in 3-D


New Model Re-creates Apollo 11 Mission in 3-D

Modern satellite imagery and three-dimensional modeling create a multimedia view of how Apollo 11 played out on the lunar surface

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June 18, 2019



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Monkey Cousins Use Similar Calls

60-Second Science – June 17, 2019 – By Karen Hopkin02:10

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How Millipedes Avoid Interspecies Sexual Slips

60-Second Science – June 16, 2019 – By Bob Hirshon03:10

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You Contain Multitudes of Microplastics

60-Second Science – June 13, 2019 – By Annie Sneed02:37

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A Biodegradable Label Doesn’t Make It So

60-Second Science – June 12, 2019 – By Steve Mirsky03:05

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