This mesmerizing 3D map visualizes millions of scientific studies

The dense, interconnected network charts decades of collaboration and research. Nature, the multidisciplinary scientific journal founded in London in 1869, celebrates its 150th anniversary this week. Known for its innovative approach to publishing original research across all sorts of scientific disciplines (and works of science fiction as part of its Futures series), Nature has a readership of over 400,000 people. In celebration of the publication’s sesquicentennial, Mauro Martino—scientist, artist, and professor of practice at Northeastern University—designed a unique cover that draws upon his work with data visualization to render the journal’s work as an interconnected network.Read Full Story Continue reading at 'Fast Company'

[ Fast Company | 2019-11-11 08:00:45 UTC ]
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