New Alphabet Illustrates 26 Of The Greatest Scientific Innovations

Design

Complex ideas translated into an easy-to-understand design language.

Ross Brooks
  • 16 may 2014

Khyati Trehan, a design student from New Delhi has combined science and typography to create “The Beauty of Scientific Diagrams,” a visual representation of 26 inventions that have left a permanent mark on the world. The letters translate complicated ideas into an easy-to-understand, and enjoyable new way of learning about science. Some of the innovation include Archimedes’ Water Screw, Tesla’s rotating magnetic field, and Hero’s invention of the first steam engine.

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