6.5 million skilled tech workers currently work in the U.S. and Canada. Here we look at the largest tech hubs across the two countries
Of the 118 chemical elements found on Earth, only 21 make up the human body. Here we break down the elemental composition of the average human.
The U.S. and Russia combined for 57% of all global arms transfers in the last decade. This graphic highlights their 50 biggest trade partners.
This spiral timeline shows the events that led us to our modern world, from the Big Bang to the present.
The parameter used to measure phone radiation emissions is the SAR value. Here we visualize the SAR values of some popular smartphones.
We use synthetic materials in every aspect of our lives. Here we visualize the synthetic materials that will shape all future applications.
Nine countries currently possess all the world's nuclear warheads. This animation visualizes how the global nuclear arsenal has changed since 1945.
Europe's member states are part of one or more of the four major treaty groups. Here we map the countries that are part of these groups.
Carbon removal technologies are the best way to tackle rising global temperatures. Here we visualize how these technologies can help.
Since 1968, there have been 89 positive doping cases at the Winter Olympics. Here we visualize the 50 years of doping scandals at the Games.