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Women in STEM This illustration was created for the Mendeley open day 2014 to advertise the work the company does promoting women in STEM fields.
The natural history of model organisms: New opportunities at the wild frontier http://elifesciences.org/content/4/e06956#sthash.lhNZsZOH.dpuf
Point of view: Why clinical translation cannot succeed without failure http://elifesciences.org/content/4/e12844#sthash.21DS9BOG.dpuf
Point of view: Overflow in science and its implications for trust Client: eLife This feature explored the concept and implications of Overflow in biomedical sciences. Overflow is the term given to the idea that data is being produced at such a rate in academia that it is impossible for the field to keep up with […]
Gurdon Institute open day flyer Client: The Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge
Hydrogen room Client: Mendeley Part of the Alphabeta development for Mendeley. The design was created to show the difficultly in finding relevant research papers online. The different sized glass balls represent different papers, with size related to popularity. It is usually easy to find the most popular papers however less popular ones tend to slip […]
Oxygen room Client:Mendeley Part of the Alphabeta development for Mendeley. The illustration was designed to show how Mendeley’s software extracts individual data pieces from PDF files to search papers more thoroughly. Artwork installation 280cm x 340cm
Nitrogen Room Client: Mendeley Part of the Alphabeta development for Mendley. This illustration was designed to show the end users of Mendeley’s products and the difficulties they currently have trying to find relevant research papers. Artwork installation 290cm x 340cm.
Lung histology This illustration was created from a microscope slide of alveolar tissue from the lungs. The majority of the illustration is empty due to the volume of empty space found in the lungs for gas exchange. There are also blood vessels with red blood cells (white) to transport gases. The alveolar wall is only one […]
Steatosis (fatty liver) This illustration was created from a microscope slide of a liver that had accumulated large fat globules within its cells as a result of prolonged exposure to toxins such as alcohol.
The genetic landscape of a cell The Boone lab map genetic interaction networks within cells. The take the model organism S. cerevisea (budding yeast) and investigate synthetic lethal interactions between genes. Synthetic lethality looks at combinations of gene knockouts where the organism can survive if just one gene is knocked out, but both in combination are […]
Influenza A This illustration shows the external structure of the influenza A viral capsid alongside the internal structure. The exterior is peppered with neuraminidase and haemagglutinin epitopes whilst the the interior stucture of the phospholipid bilayer and RNA nucleoprotein are also visible.
The Hoffler effect in Embryonic patterning.