3 Great Science Visualisations

1. COVID-19 Spike Protein

Artistic rendering of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein based on electron tomography data. ILLUSTRATION: V. ALTOUNIAN/SCIENCE; DATA: PAUL EHRLICH INSTITUTE, EUROPEAN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY LABORATORY, AND MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE OF BIOPHYSICS

2. Stages of Decomposition

Stages of decomposition embroidery by @calicoranger

3. Cholera Map

Map of London in 1854 during a cholera epidemic by John Snow, centred around Broad Street. The number of cholera cases are indicated by the black bars and the location of a water pump is indicated by a dot.

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