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The board game we were waiting for! Do you think you know everything about immunology? Check it out on this game from WIBAI games and enjoy the illustrations by somersault18:24
Virtual reality is no longer part of some distant future, and it's not just for gaming and entertainment anymore. Michael Bodekaer wants to use it to make quality education more accessible. In this refreshing talk, he demos an idea that could revolutionize the way we teach science in schools.
Clarafi is a community of scientists, graphics professionals, students and educators interested in scientific visualization. We aim to transform our understanding and teaching of science through our community resources and facilitate the creation of accurate visualizations through intuitive software tools and high quality instruction.
'Vizzie' Awards Cross the Line Between Science and Art
What do you get when you cross neurons with seahorses? The punch line for that inside joke can be seen in one of the winners of this year's "Vizzies."
An Ebola outbreak in 2014 has already taken 887 lives. How does the virus look like? The Visual Science studio created scientifically accurate poster of the Ebola virus. The creators of this poster are based in Russia at the Visual Science group. Ivan Konstantinov and his colleagues drew on existing scientific information to depict the 3-dimensional structure of the Ebola virus.
A team of researchers co-led by Prof Adam Frost from the University of Utah and the University of California, Prof Onn Brandman of Stanford University, and Prof Jonathan Weissman from the University of California, has shown for the first time that amino acids – the building blocks of a protein – can be assembled without blueprints – DNA and an intermediate template called messenger RNA (mRNA).
"Where cinema and biology meet" - an article in the New York Times from November 15th, 2010 - By Erik Olsen
"The Virtual Anatomy, Ready for Dissection" - article from the New York Times from January 7th, 2012 - By Natasha Singer
THE CROWDED CELL A jumble of proteins inside the cell, visualized in a scientific animation. An article from the New York Times from April 10th, 2014. By Carl Zimmer.
Can Animation Software Help Find Cures for Cancer and HIV? - an article by V R Srivatsan from the Asian Hospital & Healthcare Management.
For adding a new dimension to microbiology. Foreign Policy designated Janet Iwasa, molecular animator from the University of Utah (USA) one the Leading Global Thinkers of 2014, class of Innovators.
Welcome to the Future of StoryTelling. The FoST® blog is a place to discover and celebrate the interactive works and technology trends that are revolutionizing the way that stories are told.
A great educational tool to learn about genetics, maths or astronomy. Worth checking out!
Genetic Science Learning Center, University of Utah
Artists, portfolios, challenges, forum where you can ask your questions...and get much more.
I just found out about this amazing website! It's like the Big Tree from which Sciencemotionology is a young and still very small Branch! AWN is dedicated to animation is general, links to many many resources, has a dedicated forum, a jobs section, and much more!
A window to a new and inspirational world. Fusion between art, design and human anatomy. Pretty cool.