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Science and Technology Infographics – Octobe…

Monthly round-up of visual goodies about scientific issues and technological breakthroughs

November 14, 2014

Welcome to another monthly edition of my collection of infographics about science and technology puiblished during the month of October 2014.So this means that I haven’t gathered any graphics related to the landing/crash of the Philae probe on the Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko – something that Visualoop has already done here.

Lats month brought with it marvels of nature such as mushrooms in the regions like the Iberian Peninsula, so it makes sense to highlight this fact also in this list, through one of the works. The Ebola virus is also featured, as well as the celebration of the osteoporosis day, among other health related infographics.

An increased understanding of our planet  and about the animals that live in it is brought by Eleanor Lutz and Nigel Hawtin and we can also learn what a hologram is. Finally, LED technology is also explored in the context of the Nobel Prize in physics 2014.

I hope you enjoy it!

Weird wet worlds: Why Earth is lucky to have oceans – Nigel Hawtin


3 Different Ways to Breathe – Eleanor Lutz


The Microbe-scope – David McCandless


Treatment of spinal cord injuries – Dina Sánchez


What is and what is not a hologram – Heber Longáz


Bunions – ABC 


Uterus transplant and pregnancy – P. Sánchez


It’s mushrooms’ time –  Clara Penín


Physics Nobel Prize 2014 – Estefan Cuanalo


World Osteoporosis Day – Adolfo Flores, Fernando Aranguré


How Ebola Affects the Body – Patterson Clark, Darla Cameron e Sohail Al-Jamea

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.