This week I am attending the conference Optical Fiber Sensors (OFS) in Brazil. At the conference I am presenting a poster on some work I did earlier this year. I’ve done posters before but this time I decided to go a bit more infographic/cartoony with it.

Below is a slightly modified (I removed the ugly poster frame) version of the poster for ErrantScience. You can view/download the original poster here, and you can download all the data in this poster here. Let me know what you think.

OFS hemoglobin poster ES edition

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