In the science realm, we are often confronted with having to look at a dizzying number of flat tables representing experimental data. It wouldn’t hurt to spend a little time thinking about how that information is displayed in it’s native format. And often when we see tables that are ‘nice’, they are rendered as an image, thereby shielding wary and hapless internet searchers from all of the rich and informative data contained therein. I’m often asked to provide feedback on these things, so I was pleased to find a little tutorial with some nice examples of styling tables using CSS3 that I can throw out there. Here you go!