lunes, 18 de julio de 2016

Graphic Biology

Sometimes figures created by scientists are striking, some others are just ugly and misleading the message. Wrong fonts, unfitting alignment of elements, excessive use of colors, dense strokes and unnecessary repetition of information, are among the issues that scientific figures can present. As a learning process, Graphic Biology will show technical images/illustrations that are accurate, self-explanatory and clear from scientific results and conclusions.Graphic Biology will try to expose the best visual examples of scientific communication from now and from the past. Tips from graphic design, cognitive psychology and semiotics will be also part of the journey. The encounter between science and art will be celebrated.
Enjoy the ride!

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