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Editorial Design

Editorial design for the research magazine of the Philadelphia-based University.

The front and back covers of the 2012 issue. Zoom Enlarge 1

The front and back covers of the 2012 issue.

Microscopic image of a sheet of carbon nanotubes, a new approach to electric energy storage. Zoom Enlarge 2

Microscopic image of a sheet of carbon nanotubes, a new approach to electric energy storage.

1 The front and back covers of the 2012 issue. 2 Microscopic image of a sheet of carbon nanotubes, a new approach to electric energy storage. 3 Table of contents.

Table of contents. Zoom Enlarge 3

Table of contents.

Spread from the front-of-book News section. Zoom Enlarge 4

Spread from the front-of-book News section.

Feature about the study of the rhinoceros beetle for flight aerodynamics, right. Zoom Enlarge 5

Feature about the study of the rhinoceros beetle for flight aerodynamics, right.

Spread from Community, a front-of-book section with updates on school research in various areas. Zoom Enlarge 6

Spread from Community, a front-of-book section with updates on school research in various areas.

4 Spread from the front-of-book News section. 5 Feature about the study of the rhinoceros beetle for flight aerodynamics, right. 6 Spread from Community, a front-of-book section with updates on school research in various areas.

The front and back covers of the 2013 issue. Zoom Enlarge 1

The front and back covers of the 2013 issue.

The magazine opens with a portfolio of green algae as seen under a microscope. Zoom Enlarge 2

The magazine opens with a portfolio of green algae as seen under a microscope.

1 The front and back covers of the 2013 issue. 2 The magazine opens with a portfolio of green algae as seen under a microscope. 3 Table of contents.

Table of contents. Zoom Enlarge 3

Table of contents.

Health and medicine department. Zoom Enlarge 4

Health and medicine department.

Opening spread of an article about humanoid robots. Illustration by Josh Cochran. Zoom Enlarge 5

Opening spread of an article about humanoid robots. Illustration by Josh Cochran.

Opening spread of a feature about the structural technology of bridges. Zoom Enlarge 6

Opening spread of a feature about the structural technology of bridges.

4 Health and medicine department. 5 Opening spread of an article about humanoid robots. Illustration by Josh Cochran. 6 Opening spread of a feature about the structural technology of bridges.

The front and back covers of the 2014 issue. Zoom Enlarge 1

The front and back covers of the 2014 issue.

The first eight pages feature a gallery of black-and-white images of microscopic diatoms. Zoom Enlarge 2

The first eight pages feature a gallery of black-and-white images of microscopic diatoms.

1 The front and back covers of the 2014 issue. 2 The first eight pages feature a gallery of black-and-white images of microscopic diatoms. 3 Feature about researchers investigating how a sweetener can be a human-safe pesticide.

Feature about researchers investigating how a sweetener can be a human-safe pesticide. Zoom Enlarge 3

Feature about researchers investigating how a sweetener can be a human-safe pesticide.

Opening illustration by Tavis Coburn for a story about a human study on the effects of Tasers. Zoom Enlarge 4

Opening illustration by Tavis Coburn for a story about a human study on the effects of Tasers.

Paleontology feature about two matching turtle bones discovered at least 162 years apart. Zoom Enlarge 5

Paleontology feature about two matching turtle bones discovered at least 162 years apart.

Two examples of the signature infographic style featured throughout the publication. Zoom Enlarge 6

Two examples of the signature infographic style featured throughout the publication.

4 Opening illustration by Tavis Coburn for a story about a human study on the effects of Tasers. 5 Paleontology feature about two matching turtle bones discovered at least 162 years apart. 6 Two examples of the signature infographic style featured throughout the publication.