Michael Astrachan, XVIVO’s CEO, had the pleasure of giving a presentation titled “Drawing Dragons, The Artistic Journey of Michael Astrachan, Owner of XVIVO Scientific Animation” out to the young minds of the future. The goal was to open their eyes
We recently participated in the exhibit “Animated Wonderworlds” at Zurich’s Museum Fur Gestaltung. Our work, Inner Life of a Cell: Protein Packing, was shown to over 33,000 visitors. Visitors come from around the world to experience the educational programs this
Every year, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) puts together an annual meeting for clinicians, educators, and researchers to come together to discuss new developments and ideas with respect to cancer research and care. This year, the annual ASCO
As we get closer to our much-anticipated weekend at the Googleplex for some Sci Foo Camping fun, we’re reminded of the journey we’ve taken over the past few years that has brought us into notice both at home and abroad.
How do you get kids excited about medical animation? That was the question I was asking myself ten minutes before one hundred 4thand 5th graders were about to pile into the gym in Raleigh, North Carolina