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Animierte Wunderwelten: Animated Wonderworlds

Animierte Wunderwelten: Animated Wonderworlds

“Animierte Wunderwelten,” translated into English as “Animated Wonderworlds,” is an exhibit that will open in September of 2015 at The Museum of Design in Zurich. The exhibition will focus on animation as a phenomenon of everyday life, and showcase the

XVIVO First Look | Color Boards and a gif!

XVIVO First Look | Color Boards and a gif!

So what makes a vaccine successful? First, it has to address a real concern. It wouldn’t make sense to vaccinate if the threat isn’t there, which is why we don’t get smallpox vaccines anymore (the last known case of the

XVIVO First Look | The Famed Origin of Vaccines

XVIVO First Look | The Famed Origin of Vaccines

Measles

Edward Jenner was an 18th century physician who decided to run a medical experiment in order to test the validity of a curious phenomenon, one that suggested that dairy workers who caught the non-fatal disease cowpox never seemed to

XVIVO First Look | A Documentary on Vaccines & Viruses

XVIVO First Look | A Documentary on Vaccines & Viruses

XVIVO is helping Medical History Pictures, Inc. to develop 3D animation for a biographical documentary about Dr. Maurice Hilleman (1919-2005), one of the most important contributors to modern vaccinology. We will routinely update with behind-the-scenes images while providing some science

I wanted to share with you the news I just heard that the fabulous image you prepared for us has been selected for the cover of Cell! This is wonderful testimony to your talent and ability to rapidly reduce an idea to a stunning illustration. We were particularly impressed with your responsiveness and ability to quickly make significant modifications to meet our external deadlines. Many thanks for all your help, and congratulations!

Richard P. Lifton: Chairman, Yale University Department of Genetics; Sterling Professor of Genetics, Medicine and Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute