Where is what research performed? This map shows papers, patents, and grants related to biomass and biofuel research and technology. Only work in the US is shown.
Records are aggregated at the state (high) and city (low) level.
The Practice Mapping project aims to expose the interaction dynamics involved in a practice. It is, however, not only interested in the static network of the entities involved in the practice, but also, and perhaps even more so, in the dynamics of this network: how it grows and transforms over time.
Chipworks finds creative expressions on many of the chips that we examine. Our in-house facilities and expertise of our people provide us with the magnification and analyses that help us discover hidden masterpieces or "silicon art" that designers have buried deep in the layers of some chips.
Doctors at a Toronto hospital are banking on video game technology to save time and prevent contamination in the operating room.
A team at Sunnybrook Hospital has started using the Xbox Kinect to virtually manipulate key medical images during surgery.
Latent Figure Protocol takes the form of a media installation that uses DNA samples to create emergent representational images. The installation includes a live science experiment, the result of which is videotaped and repeated for the duration of the gallery exhibit.
This website aims to present the results of the ongoing research on a cartographic approach to the representation of knowledge in its present configurations.
The aim of the research is to extend the cartographic metaphor beyond visual analogy, and to expose it as a narrative model …
Places & Spaces: Mapping Science is meant to inspire cross-disciplinary discussion on how to best track and communicate human activity and scientific progress on a global scale. It has two components: the physical part and the online counterpart.
How to map controversies with a little help from the web.
The cartography of controversies is the course I teach in Sciences Po Paris as well as an intriguing research method for exploring and representing controversies in science and technology.
Le LUTIN, Laboratoire des Usages en Technologies d'Information Numérique, est une plateforme CNRS visant à étudier les usages des nouvelles technologies dans le cadre de recherches académiques et industrielles.
This is a recording of a talk at the NICAR (National Institute of Computer-Assisted Reporting) conference last week, where the author discusses some of his recent work at the AP with the Iraq and Afghanistan war logs and how to visualize clusters of documents for exploratory data analysis.
Facts and resources about climate change, covering science, politics and economics. The aim is for the Guardian – with help from various partners and, crucially, readers – to amass the world's best layman-friendly online guide to all aspects of climate change, science politics, economics and more.