Places & Spaces: Mapping Science is meant to inspire cross-disciplinary discussion on how to best track and communicate human activity and scientific progress on a global scale. It has two components: the physical part supports the close inspection of high quality reproductions of maps for display at conferences and education centers; the online counterpart ( provides links to a selected series of maps and their makers along with detailed explanations of how these maps work. The exhibit is a 10-year effort. Each year, 10 new maps are added resulting in 100 maps total in 2014. Check out the schedule of physical showings and come see with your own eyes the extent to which maps can be employed to help make sense of the flood of information we are confronted with and how domain maps can be used to locate complex and beautiful information. Download the exhibit flyer in English or Chinese or enjoy a guided audio-visual tour through the exhibit. Radio Interview with Katy B?rner on "Monitoring the Progress of Science in the Digital Age" at Focus 580 with David Inge on WILL AM, April 13, 2006. For further information please contact Katy B?rner, Indiana University and Elisha Hardy, Indiana University. Current Displays NSF, Washington D.C. There is a permanent display of the first two iterations on the 8th floor of the National Science Foundation, 4201 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA. NRC, Ottawa, Canada. The first three iterations are at National Research Council - Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, April 3 - June 27, 2008. CAS, Beijing, China.The fourth iteration will debut at The National Science Library of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, May 17th - June 30th, 2008. Check out the schedule of physical showings and come see with your own eyes the extent to which maps can be employed to help make sense of the flood of information we are confronted with and how domain maps can be used to navigate and manage data, knowledge and expertise. Own a Map of Science! You can support this exhibit by buying one of the very first maps of sciences. All currently displayed maps of science are for sale as poster at $75 plus shipping. Poster sizes are 16 x 20, 18 x 24, 20 x 28 or 24 x 36. Click here to order. For questions or comments, contact Katy B?rner, Indiana University or Elisha Hardy, Indiana University. All income is used to finance the shipping and display of this exhibit to broad audiences. Press Coverage Degrees of Integration, Seed Magazine, January/February 2008, page 56-57 International Science Grid This Week: Image of the Week - A Map of All Things Science, February 13, 2008 Gekugelt: Die Welt der Wissenschaft Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, NR. 2, January 13, 2008 Places and Spaces Shows Power of Maps, Oak Ridger, January 4, 2008 Mapping Science Curator Speaks at AMSE, Oak Ridger, January 3, 2008 Research at IU: Making Sense of Everything, December 2007 Psychology is a Hub Science, Observer, Vol. 20, No. 8, September 2007 [.pdf] See the Big Science Picture at AMSE, American Museum of Science and Energy, September 7, 2007 Bloomington Web site explores regional lore, Indiana Daily Student, September 6, 2007 Places & Spaces: Cartography of the Physical and the Abstract, American Museum of Science and Energy Calendar, August 27, 2007 Power Struggle, Indiana Science Monthly Volume 4, number 9, June 14, 2007 Map: Science's Family Tree, Digg, June 6, 2007 Places & Spaces: Mapping Science,, June 5, 2007 Map: Science's Family Tree, Discover Magazine, June 2007 [Picture] Visualizing the Wikipedia Power Struggle, Slashdot, May 21, 2007 Second Sight: An Emergent Mosaic of Wikipedian Activity, The NewScientist, May 19, 2007 Places and Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit at MCPL, The Ryder Magazine, May 2007 Mapping Science: A new paradigm for comprehending abstract information, Bloomington Cultureweek, May 2007 See the BIG Picture (of Science) at Monroe County Public Library, Monroe County Public Library, April 27, 2007 Visualize This! Maps of Science at the Public Library, Indiana University Bloomington Libraries, April 23, 2007 The Unity of Science Forms a Network, Center for the Philosophy of Nature and Science Studies (cpnss), April 3, 2007 The relationships between different scientific disciplines shown as a map, Science Reddit, April 2007 How Scientific Paradigms Relate, Slashdot, March 20, 2007 Data Landscapes, Metafilter Community Weblog, March 20, 2007 Maps of Science, Neatorama Blog, March 20th, 2007 Relationships Among Scientific Paradigms, Complexity Digest, March 19, 2007 Cool Visualizations, Eszter's Blog, by Eszter Hargittai, March 18, 2007 Cool Visualizations, Crooked Timber Blog, by Eszter Hargittai, March 18, 2007 Scientific Method: Relationships Among Scientific Paradigms, Seed Magazine, March 7, 2007 [Picture] Newsletter, NSF Division of Chemistry No. 10, March 2007 Chart Toppers, An exhibition explores the diverse ways of putting data on the map, Nature, Vol 445, pp. 368, January 25th, 2007 [pdf] [Picture] Scientist at Work: Katy Borner, Indiana University Media Relations, January 23rd, 2007 Mapping Science Feature, Sandia National Laboratories, January 23rd, 2007 A Map of Science, 2006 Gallery: Brilliant Display, Nature, Vol 444, pp. 985-991, December 21, 2006 [pdf] [Buy map] Map of Scientific Paradigms in National Science Foundation Investing in America's Future: Strategic Plan FY 2006-2011, September 2006, p. 10 Mapping Knowledge: Poetry in Aid of Science, Learning Lab, May 14th, 2006 Places & Spaces: Mapping Science, Science in the City Podcast - a guided audio-visual tour through the exhibit, New York Academy of Sciences, May 12th, 2006 A Tale of Two Libraries 1: Mapping and Thinking at the NYPL, graphpaper, May 10th, 2006 IU researchers participate in exhibit that maps progress, history of science, Indiana Daily Student, April 18, 2006 The New York Public Library Maps Scientific Discoveries, Innovation, Government Technology, April 16th, 2006 N.Y. exhibit shows a new take on maps, USA Today, April 9th, 2006 N.Y. Exhibit Shows a New Take on Maps,, April 8th, 2006 N.Y. Exhibit Shows a New Take on Maps, YAHOO News, April 8th, 2006 Charting a course into the wilds of science, San Diego Tribune, April 8th, 2006 N.Y. exhibit shows a new take on maps, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 8th, 2006 Z + Partners Weblog, April 6th, 2006 Now Showing, National Science Foundation, April 6th, 2006 Mapping course for better understanding of science, Laboratorytalk, April 3rd, 2006 Places & Spaces Exhibit Opens at The New York Public Library, SLIS News, April 3, 2006 Innovative Maps Chart a Course into Unknown Regions of Science at The New York Public Library, NEMO Newsletter, Number 57, April 2006, Pg 6 Mapping exhibit plots course for better understanding of science, Informatics News & Media March 31st, 2006 Innovative Maps Chart a Course into Unknown Regions of Science in Exhibition at The New York Public Library, NYPL, March 30th, 2006 Canadian Cartographic Association Blog, September 27, 2005 Wikimania, Additional Events, August 4 - 7th, 2005 The Map Room A weblog about Maps, August 4th, 2005 Marta Peirano (in spanish), July 29th, 2005 Ektopia July 29th, 2005 Future Feeder July 27th, 2005 World Changing, Jamais Cascio July 27th, 2005 Information Aesthetics, July 26th 2005 Interviewing Katy B?rner, Inf@Vis! by Juan C. D?rsteler, July 7th, 2005 (Spanish version) Statistical Consulting Service Gallery York University, History of Cartography Resources Related Sites List of The Most Beautiful Data Visualizations at Mindmaps Directory by 3D-Scape Limited David Rumsey Map Collection by Cartography Associates Gallery of Data Visualization by Michael Friendly Atlas of Cyberspaces by Martin Dodge VisualComplexity by Manuel Lima Network Image Gallery by Albert-L?szl? Barab?si Ask E.T. by Edward Tufte Visual Analytics Digital Library by the Learning Technologies Lab at Georgia Tech Inf@Vis! by Juan C. D?rsteler Information Aesthetics by Andrew Vande Moere DataisNature by Paul Prudence Connections - The Nature of Networks exhibit at the New York Hall of Science by Stephen Uzzo TimeMap: Time-based Interactive Mapping by Ian Johnson Eyebeam Joel Katz Design Acknowledgements This exhibit was supported in part by the School of Library and Information Science and the Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science center at Indiana University. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. IIS-0238261, CHE-0524661, IIS-0737783 and IIS-0715303. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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