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We're returning to Migration Trail - the immersive web experience using maps, data and audio to chronicle the journey of migrants across Europe and beyond.

We chat to Alison Killing, the creator of Migration Trail, to find out more about the project and how they've used data visualisation to create engaging narratives. Everything from prototyping with Google Maps (kind of) and hand drawn routes, to combining open source databases with award winning writers. And what's next for storytelling like this?

You can follow Alison and Migration Trail on Twitter.

Check out the Migration Trail website and the Migration Trail podcast 

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Music by Grapes & Evan Schaeffer

Additional music and sound design by Bora Yoon.

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Our live event is May 30th at the Royal Institution with Angela Saini (@AngelaDSaini) to discuss her new book Superior. 

We'll be discussing the re-emergence of race science and dissecting the political roots of race, why scientists can’t seem to look beyond it, and the dark and dangerous ways in which scientific racism still exists today. 

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