Yearly Archives: 2016


Climate Change and Kelp forests – Infographic

2017-08-13T19:07:38+00:00 July 11th, 2016|Categories: science communication|

Today we want to speak about the utility that an infographic can have in communicating relatively complex processes. For it, we are going to use the latest infographic we have developed to facilitate the understanding of the outcomes obtained by a group of scientists from the University of Western Australia and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).   [...]


El Niño – visualizing this phenomena in one minute

2017-07-29T11:12:53+00:00 June 9th, 2016|Categories: environmental awareness and education|

What do you know about El Niño? Have you heard about El Niño phenomena? Away from being something ocassional, El Niño is an atmospheric process that takes place periodically in the Pacific Ocean region affecting to climate patterns of our planet and indirectly to human activities. Next, we present you a one minute video where [...]


How to communicate science… to a non-scientific audience.

2017-07-29T11:12:53+00:00 May 11th, 2016|Categories: science communication|Tags: , |

Are you a scientist? Interested in sharing your knowledge with the rest of society? In this article you will find some tips that will help you carrying out an effective science communication with public from other spheres. And, if after spending several hours in front of a screen fighting with that paper pending to be [...]


Eels, an endless journey – animated infographics

2017-08-05T19:46:02+00:00 April 9th, 2016|Categories: animation, environmental awareness and education, infographics, science communication|Tags: , , , , |

Eels infographic The European eel is one of the most amazing animals we know, as it is able to carry out long migrations throughout his life. It is believed that all the eels that populate European rivers come from the Sargasso Sea, where they are born and to which they return at the end of their lifes to give rise [...]