by Infogram
Create infographics

Science and Technology at Malofiej21

The best infographics in science and technology, awarded this year in Pamplona.

April 2, 2013

Between 10 and 15 March was held the biggest event in the world of infographics, Malofiej.

Visual Loop devoted a special publication to the event and the winning works (here) and now it is a good time to look more closely at the contributions in science and technology.

Among the infographics awarded in the category of printed graphics, we highlight the work of National Geographic magazine, awarded gold, silver and bronze medals.

A gold medal was also awarded to the newspaper Prensa Libre (Guatemala) and the Russian newspaper Moskovskie Novosti was awarded with a silver medal.

Fantastic works that we leave for your appreciation!

 

Gold Medal – Penguins Hit the gas – National Geographic (USA)

You can learn more about the conception of the idea and the infographics here.

penguins hit the gas

(Source).

Gold Medal – Guatemala Paraiso Vivo – Prensa Libre (Guatemala)

Guatemala: Paraiso Vivo

(Source)

Silver Medal- Birds of Paradise -National Geographic Magazine (USA)

malofiej_ciencia-birds-of-paradise_final

(Source)

Silver Medal – The Mars rover Curiosity: journey from Earth to Mars – Moskovskie Novosti Newspaper (Russia)

Mars rover Curiosity- journey from Earth to Mars
(Source)

Bronze Medal – Formación de tormentas solares – La Vanguardia (Spain)

TORMENTAS SOLARES
(Source)

Bronze Medal – Space Age Wasteland – Scientific American Magazine (USA)

Print
(Source)

Bronze Medal – Planets Everywhere – Scientific American Magazine (USA)

Planets Everywhere
(Source)

Bronze Medal – The nature creates, we copy – Revista Galileu (Brazil)

nature creates, we copy
(Source)

Bronze Medal – Who’s Been to Space – National Geographic (USA)

whosBeenInSpace

 

Congratulations to all the winners!

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.

Follow: