World map showing scientific collaborations between researchers, 2005-2009 Jan 28, 2011• By Abraham• (via Flowing Data and The Atlantic)Related links:How the map was made.Downloadable high-res versionZoomable high-res version Share on Facebook Trending TodayReady for Another One?Give us a few more minutes and we'll make you laugh, cry, gasp, or ache... Guaranteed! Another awesome photobomb from Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers Jesus is on a boat again, and he’s got something to say… Get the best of 22 Words in your inbox Like 22 Words on Facebook comments Missy Jill (What's Going On Here!?) says: SO interesting! Where do you find these remarkable yet obscure things?! Abraham Piper says: Trade secret… :) Lowell says: This map shows zero collaboration between the US West Coast and Japan.And no connection between the US and India.And no connection between the US and China.I think these are errors. Anna says: Not so sure about that. There are some faint ‘rays’ going east from the W. coast of the U.S. and it could be that for aesthetic reasons the rays going to India go through Europe, and get obscured. In that sense this visualization is flawed.