The fuss about 7 planets discovered by NASA

This week we had major science news: the 7 planets discovered by NASA. But what is so important about these planets and what impact it can have in our lives? This illustration shows the possible surface of TRAPPIST-1f, one of…Read more
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Scientific data: What’s new and you missed!

Every week new scientific data are coming up. Herein, we collected amazing updates from Science and Scientific American. And, of course, they all have a scientific illustration catch! Stay tuned! Every month we will bring more exciting news for you.…Read more
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Tips to get updated on relevant studies

Considering the amount of new researches published everyday, it is quite difficult to find relevant studies every time we need them. However, technology is here to help. The first step is to somehow use technology to organize the content available.…Read more
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Publishing papers with Mind the Graph

We always love to show off our users amazing work – especially if they are publishing papers using Mind the Graph illustrations and tools. In this post, we will present Rafael Cypriano Dutra research entitled “Kinin receptors: Key regulators of…Read more
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What it takes to be a visionary

Being a visionary has much more about talking visually than you imagine. Have you ever tried to explain a new Idea without giving it a story? I may sound funny, but when we try to bring something new or innovative,…Read more
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One step closer to the ancestral arthropod

A newly discovered species may bring us one step closer to the ancestral arthropod. This little lobopodian species is approximately 500 million years old and looks like a worm – except for its 20 to 30 legs. Apart from the…Read more
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