This animation / visualization is a simpler and faster version of the longer animation below. Find info about how it is made and sources in the previous post.
This animated graph (data-visualization) shows the development of the weekly, COVID-19 incidence (infected per 100.000) in 9 different age-groups in Denmark in the period from week 1 to 45 in 2021. Info on the graph is in Danish! ‘Uge’ means ‘week’. If you think that it is too slow, you can drag it to week […]
I have recently made this explanatory animation about Herd Immunity for the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology. The video can also be seen on the homepage of ASI.
WHY is it painful to eat strong chili peppers? Chili peppers contain the compound CAPSAICINE, which binds to a receptor named TRPV1 in nerve cells. This receptor is not only activated by capsaicine, but also by heat (temperatures about 43° C). Our sensory system is thus tricked to think that we eat or drink something […]
I have recently made a second version of an animation film about EEG (electroencephalography) for a research group at Lundbeck. This image below shows a snapshot from it (it shows cortical, pyramidal cells firing with different frequencies behind some other, unspecified neurons). The film was shown as part of a presentation at the international IPEG […]
In many countries – at least in Europe and North America – a large proportion of the population has been vaccinated against COVID-19. In Denmark, the vaccines that have been used are the ones from BioNTech/Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca (the latter has however been discontinued). The two first ones use mRNA-based technology – the last […]
I have recently made this animation about drinking water in Denmark for Aarhus University. https://youtu.be/O1DSRgqiyhc
Coronavirus is still holding the world in its grip. Here is a coronavirus particle rendered out in cartoon style as a GIF.
I have made an animated explainer about the emergence of SARS-CoV-2 mutations and variants. SARS-CoV-2 is an RNA-virus and these typically have high mutation rates, which can lead to changes in the spike protein of the virus. Learn more by watching.
I have just finished some work for CMC Drug Product Consulting. I have made some vector graphics icons and this rotating protein GIF for their homepage – see more on www.cmcdp.dk