I love to make illustrative infographics that summarizes scientific subjects. Here is one about Space Physiology – thus, what happens during long time in space. It is inspired by the fact that ESA (The European Space Agency) a few weeks ago announced that the Danish astronaut Andreas Mogensen is again going on a mission to […]
WHY DO WE NEED TO SLEEP? There are many good answers to this question, but one of them is – we need brain wash! This is taken care of by the GLYMPHATIC system, an amazing system that – during sleep (especially deep sleep) – helps the brain to get rid of cellular waste, that could […]
I am currently working on an animation about air pollution for Aarhus University. In that project, I have modelled the alveoli, which is the place for exchange of gases (oxygen, carbondioxide) between the exterior and the blood. Unoxygenized blood arrives from the heart, pass by the capillary network surrounding the alvoli sacs (the wall of […]
Last year, I made an animation about ground water pollution and its impact on human health – for Torben Sigsgaard at Aarhus University. Read his tweet about it here: pic.twitter.com/csqdxW6fUi — Torben Sigsgaard (@TorbenSigsgaard) January 12, 2022 The animation can also be found here: https://publichealth.uic.edu/news-stories/global-health-research-connects-nitrate-in-drinking-water-with-birth-defects/
Another 3D visualization showing the development of COVID-19 in different age groups in the five Nordic countries (Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland) in the period from week 1 to week 46. The bars shows the number of COVID-19 positive per 100.000 in the age groups. Data source: Data source: European Centre for Disease Prevention […]
This animation / visualization is a simpler and faster version of the longer animation below. Find info about how it is made and sources in the previous post.
This animated graph (data-visualization) shows the development of the weekly, COVID-19 incidence (infected per 100.000) in 9 different age-groups in Denmark in the period from week 1 to 45 in 2021. Info on the graph is in Danish! ‘Uge’ means ‘week’. If you think that it is too slow, you can drag it to week […]