More than 45 million American residents were immigrants in 2021, having moved for various reasons.
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.
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.
Today, 84% of the world’s population identifies with a religious group. Here we visualize the distribution of the major religions worldwide.
This video offers a new perspective on objects in our solar system, comparing them by their size, rotational speed, and tilt.
Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard was the biggest in history. Here we visualize the top 15 biggest gaming company acquisitions.
Conventional meat production is responsible for 14.5% of the world’s CO2 gases. Here we visualize the benefits of plant-based alternatives.
From presidential elections, to cryptocurrencies and billionaires, here are the trending searches in every U.S. state in 2021.
The global average economic freedom score is at the highest its been in 27 years. Here we map the economic freedom score of nearly every country.
The market value for Graphene is going to be $2.8 billion in 2027. Here we introduce you to the material and its various applications.
The U.S. is home to a plethora of languages. Here we map the most common language spoken in each state (aside from English and Spanish)
33.6 Gt of CO2 was emitted across the world in 2019. Here we visualize the global per capita CO2 emissions by country and region.
There are 8 common blood groups but 36 human blood types in total. Here we map the most widespread blood types in every country in the...
The spookiest time of the year is back. Here we visualize the most popular Halloween costumes in the U.S. in 2021.
Where does the world's economic activity take place? This cartogram shows the $94 trillion global economy divided into 1,000 hexagons.
Since dwarf planets started being classified in 2005, nine have been recognized. Here we visually introduce the dwarf planets in our solar system.
Coffee is the third most consumed beverage globally. Here we visualize the countries that have the highest coffee production in the world.
Which U.S. companies use the most green energy as a percentage of total energy used? Here are the 50 highest ranked companies according to the EPA.
Global wealth at the end of 2020 was about $418 trillion. Here's a breakdown of the global wealth distribution among the adult population.
The world's biggest pharmaceutical companies are worth $4.1 trillion. Here we map the top 100 companies based on their market cap value.
Athletes pull huge sums of money from their on-field and off-field contracts. Here we rank the top 50 highest-paid athletes in the world.
The U.S. is the largest oil producer in the world. Here we map the share of oil production in the country by all 50 states in...
After 17 days and 339 events, the Tokyo Olympics have come to an end. Here we visualize the final medal tallies for every participating country.
Ranking the the world's most powerful passports based on access to visa-free destinations. Where does your country fall on the list?
The world holds 1.73 trillion barrels of proven oil reserves. Here we rank the top 14 countries that make up 93.5% of the world.