We are happy to introduce our official channel on Vimeo .
We started to experiment with short looped videos on Coub website. We believe that this format may fit very well to demonstrate the working cycle of some enzymes and proteins such as hemoglobin .
We published a first part of our story about modelling of 3D viral particles on the famous Russian IT blog Habrahabr. Our next posts will be dedicated to the biomedical and scientific visualization in US, Canada and Europe. We will also write about science art and educational materials in the sphere of medicine, biology and molecular biology in particular. The goal is to popularize the sphere among Russian audience that is not really familiar with it.
Ivan Konstantinov, the CEO of Visual Science made a presentation about the company at the Moscow State University Economic faculty on the April 10th. The talk was a part of the «Bioeconomics, biotechnology, eco-innovation and high-technology business» session.
We introduce the image gallery of small compounds found in different regions in Space. These small molecules may be important as precursors for synthesis of the crucial life chemicals such as amino acids, nucleotides, fatty acids and carbohydrates. Finding such «life precursors» in distant Universe may shed light on how Earth became habitable. The gallery was timed to the annual NASA Space App Challenge, during which NASA is looking for ideas, volunteers and collaborators for various projects in space science.
Visual Science made a number of short educational animations for the project «Perioperative Medicine for the Junior Clinician», which is developed by Monash University in Melbourne together with Wiley Publishers and the oldes Australian hospital Alfred Helath. Animations demonstrate the types of Le Fort fractures, oxygen binding to hemoglobin, immunoglobulin G molecule and some other objects. Here are some examples in HD. And we have great feedback .
We developed a style and a set of promotional materials for medications Calcium D3 Nicomed and RioFlora series, which are produced by the largest Asian pharm-company TAKEDA. Materials include brochures, booklets, roll-up, posters, banners and even a medical representatives uniform.
Yury Stefanov, the scientific consultant of our studio made a presentation on the winter Future Biotech school on the January 31st. Yury’s talk was about the scientific background of the non-profit project Viral Park.