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Science and Technology Infographics – Novemb…

Monthly round-up of visual goodies about science and technology

December 15, 2014

Welcome to November’s edition of infographics related to science and technology that I picked as particularly interesting – most of them were published in newspapers. 

Some of these works are related to health issues (like the dengue fever Ebola, the e-cigarettes or diabetes) while others explain details about the voyage of Rosetta probe – something Visualoop has brought here as well – , analyze raining data to understand patterns, or focus on the use of insects as human food. Finally, Heber Longás gives us insight in the characteristics and uses of graphene.

I hope you enjoy it


Rosetta –  J. de Velasco and J. Torres


The spread of dengue fever – Henry Wong


Structure and uses of graphene – Heber Longás


Diabetes – Walter Cortez


The lowdown on e-cigarettes – Nigel Hawtin


Rain in Pontevedra –  Xan Sabari


Insects in our diet – Magazine (La Vanguardia)


Why ebola worries us so much – Erika Onodera e Mayla Tanferri

Written by Susana Pereira

Susana Simões Pereira, maths teacher and PhD in science teaching and communication. I enjoy games and photography and I'm passionate for science and art, specially when together in the same context. You can follow my updates on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.