Who does not love visual information? We certainly love it at Mind the Graph, especially when it refers to breathtaking science pictures like the ones from the 15th Annual Vizzies Challenge.
“A team of experts at NSF and Popular Science pared hundreds of submissions down to 50 finalists; from those 50, a panel of outside experts picked five Expert’s Choice winners. Popular Science readers chose five People’s Choice winners.” National Science Foundation
Here are all winners from the challenge. You may not understand at first glance what they are about, but this is the best part! Once you understand it, it is mind blowing.
Take a look and share it if you like what you saw!
A Hungry Starfish Larva: William Gilpin, Vivek N. Prakash, Manu Prakash
The Octobot: A completely soft machine: Lori K. Sanders, Ryan L. Truby, Michael Wehner, Robert J. Wood, Jennifer A. Lewis
Self Reflected under white, red, and violet light: Greg Dunn, Brian Edwards, Will Drinker
Zika Virus: David S. Goodsell
POSTERS & GRAPHICS
Here there be robots: Eleanor Lutz
Micro-pumping mechanism of hummingbirds tongues: Esther Ng
Flyover Country: Shane Loeffler, Amy Myrbo, Sijia Ai, Reed McEwan, Alex Morrison
ASL-LEX: A visualization of American Sign Language: Naomi Caselli, Zed Sevcikova Sehyr, Ariel Cohen-Goldberg, Ben Tanen, Karen Emmorey
Network Earth: Visualization: Mauro Martino, Jianxi Gao, Baruch Barzel, Albert-László Barabási. Narration: Shamini Bundell
Planet Nine: Mark SubbaRao, Patrick McPike, Mike Brown
Many scientists translate their research into amazing visual information. Also, science pictures are the new way to communicate better new findings and promote researches.
To see more about 2017 Annual Vizzies Challenge click here
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