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Revisiting the vaccine visualizations

Last year, the vaccination debate was all the rage again. “Pro-vaxxers” were loudly proclaiming that everyone should get vaccinated and discussing …

science has revealed banksy's true identity

A geographical profiling study has all but unmasked the enigmatic street artist.<p>Art meets science in a new geographical profiling study from Queen Mary University of London, which might have just revealed the identity of the art world's most iconic, yet elusive figure.<p>The full report on Banksy's …

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Learning to See: Visual Inspirations and Data Visualization

<b>How Abstract Art Can Help Understanding the Global Brain Drain</b><p>Only apparently unrelated, <b>abstract art and data visualization actually have a lot more</b> …

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Obsessive Repetitions in Clay

Italy-based Angelica Tulimiero creates wonderous anemone-like abstract sculptures out of clay. Her sculptures are reminiscent of natural forms, yet …

A Flock of Birds Bursts Inside an Abandoned Classroom

Juan Ford treats the Japanese population crisis with an 'Obliteration Room'-style installation.<p>A room in the abandoned elementary school is empty, except for thousands of small black birds, covering almost every inch of the walls, floor, windows, and door. While that sounds at first like a chaotic …

Visualize the Beauty of Vibration with Massive Paintings

In ‘Sympathetic Strings,’ New York-based artist David Mann explores the concept of strings that vibrate when other strings are plucked.<p>New York-based artist David Mann has been making art for decades, with his most recent work exploring abstract shapes configured in such a way that they appear both …

Art

Bitter fight over CRISPR patent heats up

Unusual battle among academic institutions holds key to gene-editing tool’s future use.<p>A versatile technique for editing genomes has been called the …

Genetics

The Hidden Geometry Ruling The World

Princeton Architectural Press reissues Bruno Munari’s Square, Circle, and Triangle books.<p>During his prolific career, Bruno Munari expressed his creative vision through painting, sculpture, film, and photography, but books were his greatest medium. Three of his most famous publications are <i>Square</i>,</i> …

munari

How P&G Presents Data to Decision-Makers

Those of us who believe that managers make better decisions when key data are presented visually tend to get very excited about all the innovation going on in the graphical display of information. (For a sampling of some new and cool tools, see the popular Hans Rosling TED talk.) However, if you …

What Killed The Infographic?

If you’ve seen fewer experimental data visualizations lately, it’s only because the medium has grown up and gotten a job.<p>A few years ago, the Internet was awash in groundbreaking data visualizations. There was Aaron Koblin’s deeply influential map of flight patterns around the U.S. Periscopic’s …

Data Visualization

What the Dalai Lama Taught Daniel Goleman About Emotional Intelligence

Two decades before Daniel Goleman first wrote about emotional intelligence in the pages of HBR, he met his holiness the 14th Dalai Lama at Amherst College, who mentioned to the young science journalist for the <i>New York Times</i> that he was interested in meeting with scientists. Thus began a long, rich …

Emotional Intelligence

Do we all have Alzheimer's completely wrong? This man says yes

Throughout his career, Duke University neurology professor Allen Roses has challenged what for decades has been the prevailing orthodoxy in Alzheimer’s research: Namely, the “amyloid hypothesis,” which suggests that a protein called beta-amyloid clogs up the brain, killing neurons and causing the …

Dementia