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Science Illustrations

In this category we gather science illustation on various topics related to networks and algorithms. Many of these illustrations were developed specifically for the Network Pages. 

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    IMAGINARY: From Tweets to Communication Networks

    NETWORKS has collaborated with four more scientists to make posters about their research for IMAGINARY.
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    Poster Women in Mathematics

    EWM-NL has prepared a poster about women in mathematics, inspired by a poster on Notable Women in Computing. In this article you can find the beautiful poster, prepared by a joint Dutch and UK team comprising Maria Vlasiou and Silvy Hendriks (NL), and Houry Melkonian.
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    DNA self-assembly gives birth to new mathematics••

    At this very moment, the emergent science of DNA self-assembly is giving birth to a new field of mathematics that might be called DNA-mathematics. Cleverly constructed DNA molecules will self-assemble into pre-determined complex structures when placed in solution together. 
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    Not all jet-lags are the same••

    The part of the brain that controls the sleeping cycle is made up of two groups of neurons. In order for you to be able to sleep at night, the activity of these neurons needs to be synchronized with the cycle of the sun (e.g. active during the day and inactive at night). When you abruptly change the cycle of the sun (by flying to New York) these two groups need to re-synchronize to the new sun-cycle.
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    How parallel computing can be (in)efficient

    Today, we demand much more from our devices and we take for granted that they all work nice and fast. Without realizing, we usually greatly value a speedy processing of our tasks. Speed is thus of the essence, but how do current-day devices cope with this? The answer: your devices can multi-task.
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