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How to communicate science visually (MIT)
Sometimes color helps. Sometimes it just gets in the way.
That’s just one example of the lack of simple prescriptions for how to use
visual materials to clearly communicate scientific concepts or research
results. It all depends on the particulars, Felice Frankel explains patiently
in seminars at MIT and in her new book, “Visual Strategies,” published this
fall by Yale University Press.
For example, in one of Frankel’s most famous images — which ended up gracing
the cover of the journal _Science_ — her key decision was to add color to the
water in an image originally produced in a single tone. The image illustrated
a way of confining droplets of liquid so that, even when their edges were
touching, there was no leakage from one to the next. The colorless version
showed the droplets, but didn’t communicate the essence of what was going on:
the total absence of seepage between them.
So Frankel — now a research scientist at MIT’s Center for Materials Science
and Engineering — had the idea of adding dye to the droplets. The result was a
striking image in which adjacent droplets showed up in dramatically
contrasting colors. Rather than just ...
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