Michael Aranda substitutes for Hank again in this week's News to tell you about the winners of the 2012 Visualization Challenge, an annual competition run by the journal Science that selects the most elegant and educational graphics, videos and games which show science in action. Science, meet art!
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See the complete list of challenge winners here: http://www.sciencemag.org/site/special/vis2012/
Play the games mentioned in the video:
Velocity Raptor - http://testtubegames.com/velocityraptor.html
Selene - http://selene.cet.edu
Untangled - https://untangled.unt.edu/nsfcompetition/home.php
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