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Sci & Tech Infographics - September 2014

October 7, 2014

After an interruption of several months, I’m back with my monthly collection of science and technology infographics. In this edition you will find a couple of infographics focusing on technologic developments: one of them about a way to detect breast cancer and another about how to make possible distance cerebral communication.

Among the other infographics I picked up during last month, you can also see several about health and climate change, just to name a few. I hope you enjoy it!


Gernikako Arbola – Isabel Toledo, Gonzalo de las Heras, Josemi Benítez and Emma Barrio


The Malaria cycle – Heglar Fleming


The tiki monkey is endemic to the region of San Martin – Alejandro Alemán


Climate Change: What happens as the Earth warms? – Alberto Cervantes


Do you want a cup of energy? – Ana Notte, Renata Montanhana, Erika Onodera, Lucas Tornioli 

(Source) – Also posted at This is Visual Journalism


The slaughter of dolphins in Japan – Francisco Lagos, Erick Zepeda, Daniel Martínez

(Source) – Also posted at This is Visual Journalism


Creating “skin” to detect breast cancer early – Daniel Martínez and Alfredo Peralta 

(Source) – Also posted at This is Visual Journalism


Atilán Lake – Pedro Samayoa

(Source) – Also posted at This is Visual Journalism


Cerebral distance communication – Francina Cortés


Legionella infection after the case in Sabadell – La Vanguardia

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.