About Angel Herráez
biochemistry, molecular biology, bioinformatics, molecular visualisation, technology for teaching and learning
FEBS Constituent Society
Leading researcher, Assistant Professor, Latvian Biomedical Research and Study center, University of Latvia
Congratulations for this initiative!
Great idea, Marius, and very good looking. thinking of the slice and magnets is wonderful.
May I ask how did you model the DNA piece?
Highly original and encouraging, Burak!
Thanks for sharing. This may prompt new initiatives among instructors.
A big applause for this idea. Well done, Isabel!
Many appreciate the role of women colleagues in science, hard-working and restless. Unfortunately this perception has not yet seeped through in some circles. We must keep pushing!
Thank you, Nino, for sharing this experience!
It will suggest new points of attention to all of us involved in training young scientists.
Note that, months later after this was posted, new "rapid tests" were developed that detect the antigens (proteins that are part of the virus and will elicit your immune response). What was presented here detects the antibodies you may produce against the virus after you get infected, and are now more commonly called serological tests.
Thanks for these insights, Duncan. Very helpful.
I have a comment on the first example image, regarding contrast: using red and green is commonly discouraged since they lack any contrast for some colour-blind people. One can see how they would look at http://shorturl.at/syEMN
30 languages and counting! Extraordinary!