Visions, visualizations, and envisioning the future.
The Higgs boson isn’t really a ‘thing’ in the way that a non-particle physicist might understand the term. How do physicists ‘see’ it, and how do they negotiate its public image?
How we learned to see the folds, twists, and curls of proteins.
Doing science at the Vatican Observatory.
Scientists depend on relations of trust to produce knowledge about climate change from tree rings.
Snowclones and the history of the next big thing.
Male bodies are seen as the default in biology. One artist is working towards helping us see the alternatives.
Seeing mRNA inside a fruit fly embryo.
What the phenomenon of simultaneous discovery can tell us about how we mythologize
our lone scientific visionaries in hindsight.
Turning data spectatorship into data full-contact sports.
Seeing amoeba and seeing ourselves.
The ingredients — tangible and far less so — needed to build a world-class research
institution in South Africa from scratch.