Ben's information graphics played a large part in securing him a Sir Arthur Clarke Award. Whether it's for newspapers, magazines, websites or for goverment research councils, information graphics are an eyecatching way to make even the most complex scientific concepts understandable and fun.
Ben has a real knack for explaining complicated things, such as space, in a really simple and immediate way, bringing out their relevance and sharing the excitement of the latest advances. JEREMY CURTIS, Head of Education at the UK Space Agency (UKSA)
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As well as helping to bring complex science to life in newspapers, magazines and in books, science research councils, such as the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), rely on Ben's infographics to communicate their work to the general public and government alike. Ben's alter-ego as a science writer means he understands the science behind the work – so you can rely on him to translate even the most complicated of concepts not just in a visually arresting way, but also accurately and quickly.
Ben Gilliland won the [Sir Arthur Clarke] Award for his outstanding coverage of space and astronomy topics through a series of special graphic realisations that have captured an audience across the age spectrum and among a wide range of professionals and enthusiasts alike. BRITISH INTERPLANETARY SOCIETY (BIS).