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Stories by Amanda Montañez

A Visual (Information) Paradox

Search for answers about Stephen Hawking’s new theorem reveals a Scientific American tradition of illustrating the confounding complexity of black holes

February 9, 2016 — Amanda Montañez

Inadequate Data Visualization Leaves Patients Undereducated

Although data visualization is often viewed as a fairly straightforward, dispassionate way of presenting facts, anyone who has studied the field knows that data-driven graphics can be hard to decipher, and are often far from impartial...

July 10, 2015 — Amanda Montañez

Ramón y Cajal and the Case for Drawing in Science

As someone who works at the intersection of art and science, I have always found it easy to make the case that all artists are scientists. From the moment we pick up a crayon and make our first mark, we are experimenting...

June 23, 2015 — Amanda Montañez
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