Brazilian biodiversity in stunning infographics

One of Brazil’s most valuable assets is its dense covering of rainforests. Of course, the Amazon Rainforest is the most significant of these. The forest covers a vast portion of the country. Besides that, the Amazon rainforest provides the ideal habitat…Read more
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Infographics to explain the 2018 Nobel Prize

The 2018 Nobel Prize was announced this month and brought exciting science news. We select infographics to help you understand the research of  the winners of Medicine, Chemistry and Physics. The infographics were made by Compound Interest, a platform to improve…Read more
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The past of science communication

Science communication not always meant to get published in journals. From the beginning of science, personalities such as Aristotle, Galileo and Newton spread their theories among small groups of people. These groups started contesting and inquiring what was presented to…Read more
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The art of communication

Everyday we are overloaded with information in all formats. It has never been easier to keep ourselves updated. However, it has never been more difficult to stand out from the crowd too. With the amount of information we are exposed…Read more
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Would you broadcast your research?

What if you could broadcast your research to millions of people and make your work widely known? At first, most of us would think this is a dream come true to our scientist career. However, how would you actually feel?…Read more
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