Frankel, Felice C. Envisioning Science: The Design and Craft of the Science Image. MIT Press, 2004. ISBN: 9780262562058. [Preview with Google Books]
Frankel, Felice C., and George M. Whitesides. No Small Matter: Science on the Nanoscale. Belknap Press, 2009. ISBN: 9780674035669. [Preview with Google Books]
Articles from American Scientist
Felice Frankel authored this series of "Sightings" articles for the magazine American Scientist. The topics of each article are listed below.
(Courtesy of American Scientist. Used with permission.)
May-June (PDF): Images in science as powerful tools for communication
July-August (PDF): Sid Nagel, University of Chicago
September-October (PDF): David Kaiser, professor in MIT's Science, Technology, and Society program and a lecturer in phsyics, discusses Richard Feynman's diagrams.
November-December (PDF): Oscar Miller, Professor Emeritus in biology at the University of Virginia
January-February (PDF): Eric J. Heller, professor of physics and chemistry at Harvard University and his landscape photography
March-April (PDF): Ben Fry, doctoral candidate in the Media Laboratory at MIT on visualizing large quantities of data
May-June (PDF): Michael Berry, Royal Society research professor in the physics department at the University of Bristol in the U.K.
July-August (PDF): John Bush, associate professor of applied mathematics at MIT
September-October (PDF): Jeff Hester, professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Arizona State University, discusses an image of stars being birthed in the Eagle Nebula, taken by the Hubble Telescope.
November-December (PDF): First-place illustration from Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge contest
January-February (PDF): Frank O'Connell, "How It Works" feature in The New York Times
March-April (PDF): Maria Eisner, research scientist at Cornell University
May-June (PDF): Don Eigler and Dominique Brodbeck from IBM discussing the image of "orange and blue quantum corrals"
July-August (PDF): David Goodsell, research scientist at the Scripps Research Institute
September-October (PDF): Donna Cox, professor and director of visualization and experimental technologies at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
November-December (PDF): Chris Hardee, VP of marketing at Omega Optical who created the winning image from the Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge
January-February (PDF): Michael Cohen, Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research and John Hart, graduate student in mechanical engineering at MIT
March-April (PDF): Viktor Koen, Parsons School of Design
May-June (PDF): Danielle Cork France, graduate student in biological engineering at MIT
July-August (PDF): Alyssa Goodman, professor of astronomy at Harvard University and director of Harvard's Initiative in Innovative Computing
September-October (PDF - 1.4MB): Ron Perry of Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories and Sarah Frisken at Tufts University
November-December (PDF): W. Paul Brown of the Stanford-NASA National Biocomputation Center, and creator of the winning image from the Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge
January-February (PDF): Analyzing and visualizing gene expression during development
March-April (PDF): Robert Lue, directs life sciences education at Harvard University
May-June (PDF): Richard J. Massey and Lars Lindberg Christensen and astronomy's first maps of the "dark matter" of the cosmos
September-October 1 (PDF): Andrea Ottesen, doctoral candidate in the Department of Plant Sciences and Landscape Architecture at the University of Maryland, and the year's winner of the Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge
September-October 2 (PDF): Graphic designer Jessica Helfand discusses volvelles, types of slide charts constructed with rotating parts.
January-February (PDF): Jeff W. Lichtman, professor of molecular and cellular biology at Harvard University and Jean Livet, a postdoctoral fellow in his lab discuss a new technique for "labeling" neurons