A daily showcase of data-driven visual stories that humanise complex issues by combining media, design and technology.
Take a trip to space and explore the atmosphere in the world's only space elevator.
On the New Heights podcast, Jason Kelce said 'We just had our first double-digit comeback win in the 4th quarter in my entire career' to which his brother, Travis Kelce, replied 'S...
What would happen if a nuclear bomb went off in your backyard?
Experience the power of a low-yield nuclear weapon in your area.
Inspiration of the Month
Explore the capital of ancient Persia at its height during the reign of King Xerxes. A new immersive web experience from Getty.
The landscape of biomedical research
This interactive visualization displays 21 million scientific papers collected in the PubMed database, maintained by the United States National Library of Medicine and encompassing...
Searching for Lost Time in the World’s Most Beautiful Calendar
What is a day, a month, a year? Science, religion and art coalesce in an invaluable 15th-century book of hours.
How escalating climate change fuels California's infernos
Climate change has its most extreme effect on overnight low temperatures, which are increasing even faster than daytime highs.
High Steaks is a campaign from the Changing Markets Foundation to urge the European Commission to act on methane emissions from agriculture.
Inspiration of the Week
Les Événements : Centrafrique, dix ans de violence
Un documentaire photographique et sonore au cœur des familles centrafricaines, par Médecins Sans Frontières.
MIT City Lab - Slow Zones
The project exploits the sharp spatial and temporal variation in a traffic speed policy implemented over five years in Paris to identify the effects of slowing cars and making stre...
How Russia’s Offensive Ran Aground
Whatever happens in Bakhmut, a once-ambitious winter offensive never really went anywhere.
Bicycle – Bartosz Ciechanowski
Interactive article explaining the physics of a bicycle.
The Navy Installed Touch-screen Steering Systems To Save Money. Ten Sailors Paid With Their Lives.
When the USS John S. McCain crashed in the Pacific, the Navy blamed the destroyer’s crew for the loss of 10 sailors. The truth is the Navy’s flawed technology set the McCain up for...
On Upward Mobility
What role did the neighborhood you grew up in have in shaping your economic opportunities? Author Aaron Williams tells a data story about migration, community, and returning to you...
What Happens If North Carolina Bans Abortion? Or Ohio? Or Florida?
Where is the nearest abortion clinic? Our interactive map shows the distance a woman may need to travel to reach an abortion provider if proposed abortion restrictions pass.
The Climate Game — Can you reach net zero?
See if you can save the planet from the worst effects of climate change.
Monkey helpers or coconut slaves?
Reports of monkey abuse in Thailand have seen coconut products removed from supermarkets in Europe. Find out why from our infographics.
What does an AR-15 do to a human body?
This is how bullets from an AR-15 blow the body apart.
Los datos dan la razón a los mayores: cada vez nieva menos en España
La nieve ha retrocedido en los últimos 50 años tanto en el Pirineo como en Sierra Nevada, las zonas que acumulan más nieve de toda la península.
Porträts von Menschen, die im Krieg in der Ukraine ausharren
Der Fotograf Dominic Nahr berichtet seit einem Jahr immer wieder für die NZZ aus der Ukraine. Dabei traf er auf Menschen, auf deren Gesichtern der Krieg tiefe Spuren hinterlassen h...
Tech’s very bad year, in numbers
Why are there so many layoffs in tech right now? The tech industry is readjusting after a pandemic investment boom.
Wealth Inequality in America
Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America, highlighting both the inequality and the difference between our perception of inequality and the actua...
Gone Viral: Covid-19 and 'fake news' in Thailand
An analysis of the distribution and impact of Covid-19 fake news in Thailand, the role of fact checkers and possible solutions to address the problem in the future.
How the world looked in 1914, at the peak of colonialism
The year was the high-water mark for colonial expansion—and its geographic legacy is still visible on maps today.