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How Do You Visualize the Brain? [Contest]

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Here at Scientific American, we develop lots of infographics about the brain. From classic neural pathway diagrams, depictions of medical breakthroughs, and maps of the brain’s genetic activity, there are as many solutions for visualizing the brain as there are questions about how it works. Now it’s your turn. MIT’s EyeWire, FEI and Visually are [...]

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4 Ways to Venus: An Artist’s Assignment

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Irving Geis (1908–1997) is probably best known for illustrations of biological macromolecules, such as his groundbreaking watercolor painting of myoglobin—an exhaustive and beautiful portrait of the first properly sorted protein molecule. (The work appears in “The Three-dimensional Structure of a Protein Molecule,” by John Kendrew, Scientific American, December 1961.) From 1948 through 1983 he lent [...]

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The Evolution of a Scientific American Information Graphic: Where the Wild Bees Are

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Have you ever wondered how—and why—infographers push beyond familiar forms such as bar charts and network diagrams when translating information from a spreadsheet into an illustration? Data visualizer Moritz Stefaner explains the process behind his Graphic Science assignment for Scientific American in a post on his blog. Check out the final graphic in the December [...]

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Infographic: Fire Safety Buzzkill

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Related: Worse Than Bedbugs, It’s the Couch Itself – on the Guest Blog by Kalliopi Monoyios The Environmental Fallout of Greener Buildings – on the Guest Blog by Kalliopi Monoyios Learn more at: Green Science Policy Institute: www.greensciencepolicy.org Center for Environmental Research & Children’s Health: cerch.org Silent Spring Institute: silentspring.org Recent peer-review articles on the [...]

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Hello!? This is Your Conscience Speaking…

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Good ol’ visual.ly. They always know how to ruin a perfectly good Thanksgiving binge! I wonder where mom’s pecan pie fits in… by visually.Browse more infographics.

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What Is Classical Conditioning? (And Why Does It Matter?)

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Classical conditioning is one of those introductory psychology terms that gets thrown around. Many people have a general idea that it is one of the most basic forms of associative learning, and people often know that Ivan Pavlov’s 1927 experiment with dogs has something to do with it, but that is often where it ends. [...]

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