This is the edition of July of my personal choice of infographics about Science and Technology. This month, the selection features a bit more down-to-Earth graphics that in the previous ones, with several graphics about life in the oceans and biodiversity.
If you follow us here on Visual Loop, you’ll probably recognize some of the graphics, because they have been featured on the weekly compilation This is Visual Journalism. Nevertheless being this a personal selection, I don’t mind bringing them again.
Here’s the full selection, hope you enjoy it!:
Knowing the Atlantic Ridley Sea Turtle – Estefani Casas
The Dead Zone – Adolfo Arranz
The path of food in our body – Ana Notte, Erika Onodera, Fernanda Silva
Bombing clouds – Oscar Huerta
The living fossil – Gustavo Alonso Ortiz
Inside a Neutron Star – Karl Tate
Sea Bugs – Joshua S. Weitz and Steven W. Wilhelm
Feel free to add your suggestions of Infographics about Science and Technology in the comments!