What is Mind the Graph? Free infographic maker for science

You never saw a free infographic maker like this one. Mind the Graph has everything you need to create stunning presentations, banner, posters and graphical abstracts. It’s way better infographic maker than Canva or Piktochart, when it comes to scientific…Read more

Coronavirus outbreak animated infographic: you don’t need to watch anything else than this video

It’s not ours, but when it’s good, one need to acknowledge. This is the only video you need to watch about coronavirus outbreak, it explains everything from the basic mechanisms of the viral infection, to what are the health consequences…Read more

Coronavirus trend analysis: scientific publication hits a new record in 2020

As we mentioned on the very first post of this series about coronavirus, the rythm of scientific publications on this field is skyrocketing. The word “coronavirus” is a popular search term in the scientific literature, according to specialized search engines…Read more
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Dr. Flemings Microbiology Scientific Illustrations

Dr. Flemming is probably the most famous scientists in the field of Microbiology. He’s renowned for the discovery of penicilin out of his culture of microorganisms of the Penicillium sp fungus. The history of his discovery is that Fleming had…Read more

Sticky coronaviruses: plastic bottles and cuttlery may be the most contaminated places in your house

The recent interest in coronavirus transmission due to Covid-19 pandemy motiveated several specific researchers with relevant translation to our everyday life. The paper entitled Aerosol and Surface Stability of SARS-Cov2 published recently in the New England Journal of Medicine  teaches…Read more

Tutorial video: coronavirus Covid-19 anatomy infographic

We provide templates to our users so they don’t need to start from a blank canvas. Is the best way to save time and create something eye-catching. It is very simple to use a graphical abstract template. If you are…Read more
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Covid-19 template

Debunking the Top Myths About the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The world is facing a major health crisis. Amid the novel Coronavirus pandemic, the first step to guaranteeing the safety of you and your loved ones is to stay fully informed of the disease. Since the internet is saturated with…Read more
Coronavirus natural hosts

Coronavirus natural hosts: bats likely brought Covid-19 to humankind.

This is a common topic on infectology: diseases are often brought to humans due to the interaction with wild animals. Who is the suspect this time? A rather usual… a hint: it’s a mammal, and it flies. The coronaviruses have…Read more

Infectology Scientific illustrations #37

If you need scientific illustrations, here is the place, we have literally thousands of scientific illustrations for you. This week, we’ll focus on scientific illustrations for medicine, particulatly infectology, microbiology and virology. Check a few examples of scientific illustrations already…Read more
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Covid-19 transmission: where does the coronavirus hide?

This is an intriguing question. If you were a detective trying to find the coronavirus and prevent the pandemic transmission, where would you look for it? There are many different answers to this question: one could look for the natural…Read more

Tutorial video: coronavirus Covid-19 infection infographic

We provide templates to our users so they don’t need to start from a blank canvas. Is the best way to save time and create something eye-catching. It is very simple to use a graphical abstract template. If you are…Read more

The power of social isolation to reduce the impact of coronavirus Covid-19 pandemy

Keep some distance is the best measure one can take to prevent viral transmission through the respiratory pathways. People transmit to other people while speaking, sniffing the nose, sneezing or shaking hands. Some say that two meters (2m) is the…Read more
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