Crispian Jago has created a wonderful map of modern science, looking for all the world like the Manhattan subway lines. (Click here to see the full, enlarged version.) Each line corresponds to a branch of modern science, with the stops being notable figures: natural history, chemistry, evolutionary biology (I’m the penultimate stop!), genetics, and the like. The junctions are those who have contributed to two or more fields: the Gould Avenue stop, for example, sits at the intersection of the Evolution and Paleontology lines.
Pity it’s too big to fit on a teeshirt!