When the world's biomass—the stuff we're made of—is tallied up, humans and cattle outweigh wild mammals by a massive margin.
What are the highest mountains in different parts of the world? This visual maps the three tallest mountains by elevation in each continent.
The world can be a poisonous place. We look at a number of different biotoxins found in the natural world and rank their toxicity.
What is the impact of war on science and academia? We examine how nations and the scientific community have responded to the conflict
Where do the world's major earthquakes happen? This map highlights the epicenters of earthquakes on record between 1956 and 2022.
Join us as we look back at some of the most exciting, inspiring, and biggest science stories that made headlines in 2022.
Snowflakes are ice crystals that are beautifully diverse and mysteriously symmetrical. We show what controls their intricate designs.
We introduce the visual diversity of bacteria and illustrate how they are categorized by appearance—from a single cell to an entire colony.
The eye is one of the most complex organs in biology. We illustrate its evolution from a simple photoreceptor cell to a complex structure.
Despite its simple appearance, blood is made up of many microscopic elements. This infographic visualizes the composition of blood.