Bringing research to life through animation
We’ve created hundreds of research-driven animations. View them here:
Information & Technology
This animation seeks to explain how Distributed Acoustic Sensor (DAS) monitoring technology works and how combining leading-edge industrial photonics and expertise in AI can be used for smart targeted perimeter/border protection. It is aimed at non-technical decision-makers, as well as experts in their field.
A 3-minute introduction on evolution and speciation, using rough periwinkles as an example. The video aims to generate further discussion on the topic with Level 1 undergraduates.
This video-based on the research paper: ‘Broad-spectrum non-toxic antiviral nanoparticles with a virucidal inhibition mechanism’ and demonstrates how newly designed broad-spectrum substances can lead to irreversible viral deformation.
Earth & Environment
Although Europe contains many human-dominated landscapes, it also is home to biodiverse forests that provide services to humans. Forests, however, can also harbour threats and pathogens that can be transmitted to humans. Dr. FOREST has set out to quantify the ways that forest biodiversity can increase the benefits and decrease the risks to human health, to better combine biodiversity conservation with ecosystem management that supports human health and well-being.
Earth & Environment
Weather-related disasters are creating huge economic strain across the globe, with many businesses requiring climate risk calculations to help manage financial growth and prevent losses.
Using economic modelling, researchers at the University of Oxford and Harvard University are now able to estimate the economic impacts of weather-related events at firm, industry and macroeconomic levels. This model can be easily adapted to help businesses assess climate risks and reduce losses before it’s too late.
The Muon Ionisation Cooling Experiment or MICE is a highly interdisciplinary project based at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. Here we explain how the research team are creating concentrated muon beams for use in a particle accelerator.
Information & Technology
ElectronixTutor uses AI recommendations to help instructors organize classes with individualized interactive problems and adaptive feedback. Data-driven insights help both instructors and students understand strengths and problem areas. Self-directed learning allows students to review or work ahead, while automatically updating their learner model for smarter recommendations.
Health & Medicine
Dr Muy-Teck Teh obtained his BSc and PhD from King’s College London followed by two postdoctoral research positions before being appointed a tenured lectureship at Queen Mary University of London. He leads a research group investigating cancer biomarkers and novel diagnostic methods with the overarching aim of personalising cancer treatment based on individual molecular signatures. In 2019, he patented the world first FOXM1-based digital molecular cancer test ‘quantitative malignancy diagnostic system (qMIDS)’ for the early detection of oral cancer.
A group of scientists from the Biological Department of the UTPL and other universities characterized the genetic diversity of the populations of Cinchona officinalis L. from the province of Loja at Ecuador. This is a native species of cloud forests of the northern Tropical Andes that saved humanity from malaria but now is threatened because the past exploitation and the actual deforestation. They give key information and point the further necessary efforts for conserving the few remaining populations of this threatened species.
What drives the evolution of species? How does species diversity grow and how is it maintained? Over the last 200 years, scientists have put a lot of effort into answering those questions. But only recently, with the development of new genome technologies, quantitative testing of macroevolutionary hypotheses has become possible. This video explains how statistics combined with stochastic modelling is able to generate insight in the mysterious emergence of biological diversity.
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Imperial College London
Science Animated communicates complex research through compelling content. We offer a complete service, from initial consultation, through to script writing, animation and promotion of the finalised content. Not only do we create beautiful animations to explain your work – we ensure they are watched by the audience you want to target. Each project is managed by one of our experienced editors, to ensure a seamless and time-effective delivery.
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