Animations of unseeable biology

Drew Berry is one of the world’s foremost animators working in biomedical visualisation. He has concentrated much of his work on cellular visualisation – animating the behaviour, dynamics and physical properties of DNA, bio-molecules and proteins. Here he explains his work:

To see more truly amazing animations created by Drew, go here or here.


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One Response to “Animations of unseeable biology”

  1. origamiturtle Says:

    Reblogged this on this is a self-referential title. and commented:
    We use these during lessons all the time… very helpful sometimes, especially for things like DNA replication.

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