Champagne, Temporality & Spatiality

It’s not that I can’t find my way around a given situation or place without champagne, because that is most certainly not the case. But I know for a fact that after a glass of champagne, I usually feel a bit more sparkle. It’s always gratifying to have my subjective feelings substantiated by science. In…

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Evidential Bubbles

This isn’t a brand new illustration, but I really like it. This is a still shot of an interactive set of studies and search popularity of various nutritional supplements, ranked by how much scientific evidence there is to support the efficacy of each supplement for specific health issues. You can visit the interactive image here.…

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Smaller Still – Nanoparticles in food

Research on nanoparticles constitutes one of the most thriving fields in current scientific query. As the illustration above shows, nanoparticles – usually defined as a small object that behaves as a whole unit in terms of its transport and properties – are being explored for use in a vast array of industries. Some of the…

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