Global paleogeography with zoomed in figures showing the evolution of oceanic gateways active during the Cenozoic time.
Making up-to-date and high-quality science graphics accessible.
Read about it in Crameri et al. (2022)
Quality checked by the s-Ink scientist team. Reviewed by the entire scientific community.
Created and refined by the s-Ink graphic designer team. Supported by digital artists around the world.
One collection. Fully colour-blind friendly. Easily reachable via an effective FM search engine.
Exclusively open-access graphical products. Provided for free as a community contribution.
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The Deep Network
The Deep Network brings together marine researchers and adult educators to find what is important for us to know about human impact on the deep ocean, and suggest ways to educate adult learners so that they tend more towards a behaviour change.
Together with The Deep Network, we curate and co-produce quality educational resources about our Oceans.
Think Like A Scientist
‘Think Like A Scientist’ is a course designed to improve critical thinking and encourage independent thought for students. The course started in 2019 in the UK prison system and has since expanded to different restrictive education settings (online and in person). The success of the course is based around the creation of a classroom dynamic that is accessible, inclusive, and relatable to students from all backgrounds.
Together with ‘Think Like A Scientist’, we curate and co-produce quality educational resources about different science topics.
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Scientific figure design
Get to know the key principles and tools of graphic design and receive a recipe to make good science graphics, whether it is for data visualisation or illustration.
Scientific use of colours
Internalise the do’s and don’ts of using colour as an information carrier for scientifically-accurate and universally-inclusive data representation.
Scientific presentation design
Acquire the fundamental skills to easily create effective presentations (Talks, PICOs, Posters, Online displays) of complicated topics.
Learn to master the most-effective tools for effectively communicating your research and other scientific topics through variable media.
The Geologists’ Association
We acknowledge the assistance of The Curry Fund of The Geologists’ Association.