Each year, Science Magazine and the National Science Foundation host the International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge. The 2011 Challenge received over 200 submissions in five categories, which were evaluated based on visual impact, effective communication of a scientific idea, and overall originality. Visualizations with the most votes from the public received the People’s Choice award.
Tumor Death-Cell Receptors on Breast Cancer Cell, Emiko Paul et al. (Illustration – Honorable Mention)
Variable-Diameter Carbon Nanotubes, Joel Brehm (Illustration – Honorable Mention)
Exploring Complex Functions Using Domain Coloring, Konstantin Poelke and Konrad Polthier (Illustration – Honorable Mention)
The Ebola Virus, Ivan Konstantinov et al. (Informational Posters & Graphics – Honorable Mention)
Transmission Electron Microscopy: Structure, Function & 3D Reconstruction, Fabian de Kok-Mercado et al. (Informational Posters & Graphics – People’s Choice)
Meta!Blast 3D Interactive Application for Cell and Metabolic Biology. Level 1: The Cell, W. Schneller et al. (Interactive Games – Honorable Mention)
Powers of Minus Ten, Laura Lynn Gonzalez (Interactive Games – Honorable Mention)
Metabolomic Eye, Bryan W. Jones (Photography – 1st Place)
Microscopic Image of Trichomes on the Skin of an Immature Cucumber, Robert R. Belliveau (Photography – Honorable Mention)
The Cliff of the Two-Dimensional World, Babak Anasori et al. (Photography – People’s Choice)
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