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Use of my animation about ground water pollution

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Last year, I made an animation about ground water pollution and its impact on human health – for Torben Sigsgaard at Aarhus University. Read his tweet about it here:

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Omicron variant of concern in Europe

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This animated data-visualization shows the shift from delta (blue) to omicron (red) variant of concern of coronavirus in the EU / EØS countries of Europe. The incidence in the different countries are shown as height. All data are from European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (https://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/news-events/weekly-epidemiological-update-omicron-variant-concern-voc-week-2-data-13-january-2022).

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Happy New Year 2022

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It’s the end of 2021 – and the beginning of 2022. I hope for a great year – hopefully without too much COVID-19 and with new and better solutions for great challenges like the climate changes.

With this image of a crack in the ice (on the lake close to my Swedish summerhouse) that really looked like a neuron, I wish all my customers, collaboration partners and other people, that has helped or inspired me during the last year, a happy new year!

It has been a good year for Moving Science. I have had really intersting animation, illustration and visualization projects to work on. The subjects have been many: neuroscience, protein chemistry, neuropharmacology, ground water quality, climate changes, electroencephalography, herd immunity, cancer immunotherapy, vaccinology and more.

And I have also found time (in between customer projects) to work on some own projects; a series about Scandinavian Women in Science from the 20th Century, python scripting and data-visualization, 3D-modelling as well as digital drawing and painting.

I really just love what I do!

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COVID-19 in the Nordic countries (in different age groups)

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Another 3D visualization showing the development of COVID-19 in different age groups in the five Nordic countries (Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland) in the period from week 1 to week 46.

The bars shows the number of COVID-19 positive per 100.000 in the age groups.

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Data source: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control  ( https://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/covid-19/data)