Infographics Archive

Infographic: Diabetes

What is the difference between Type I and Type II diabetes? Our Infographic explores the causes, consequences, and treatments for a disease that affects over 8.5% of the world’s population. Additional Resources: Diabetes.org Diabetes explained …

What Can I Do With a STEM Degree?

Perhaps you are considering a degree in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM), but aren’t quite sure what you can do with the degree once you graduate. Our infographic provides a quick look at some …

Infographic: P53- Guardian of the Genome

What is the link between genes and cancer? In this infographic, we explore how malfunctions in a regulatory gene, called p53, can increase susceptibility to some forms of cancer.   Additional Resources: Scitable- P53 Genes …

Infographic – Zika Virus

The Zika virus seems to have come out of nowhere, but in reality it has been documented since the early 20th century. So why has it been in the news recently? Once it spread to …

Infographic: What is H. pylori?

You have probably heard about the connection between the bacteria Helicobacter pylori and stomach ulcers. But how does this bacteria survive in the hostile environment of the stomach? This infographic provides a quick overview of …

Influenza Resources

We have prepared some facts, graphics and a few links to some useful videos on influenza for upcoming flu season. What is Influenza? Influenza, more commonly known as the flu, is a highly contagious respiratory infection …

Inflammation Infographic

In this infographic we explore the physiological effects of inflammation and some of the ways that inflammation may be reduced. Additional Resources How Strong is the Link Between Inflammation and Depression? Cleveland Clinic (March 2015) …

Climate Change Infographic and Videos

It is that time of year again, and teachers everywhere are looking for resources for their science classes. Our next few posts will cover some of the content that we have prepared on a number …

Infographic : What is MERS?

In the wake of the Ebola crisis in West Africa, the recent epidemic of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (or MERS) in South Korea has focused attention once gain on viruses that have the ability to …

Impact Craters and Life on Mars

The search for signs of life on Mars has been a little frustrating at times. The discovery that there was water (and probably lots of it) on Mar’s surface in the not too-distant past, and …

Infographic : Myths About Vaccines

Do vaccinations cause autism? Do I really need to get vaccinated? These are some common questions that people have regarding vaccines. To help educators present the importance of vaccinations, we have prepared the infographic below. …