This animation was made in collaboration with Helene Halkjær Jensen from Aalborg University (MTO Group, Department of Chemistry and Bioscience) and descibes how mutations in the protein Calmodulin can cause arrhythmias (unstable heart rhythm) in patients.
Happy new year 2019! Another year to play with animation and to improve my skills. Another year to make biology come even more alive. As you might have seen already, I have started my series on amazing / spectacular vertbrate brains. And that is a truly amazing world. We, humans, have a tendency to believe […]
Next in my series of spectacular brains was the Sperm Whale (or the nicer name KASKELOT, as its name is in danish and swedish). This intelligent predator has the largest brain of all species on earth. Not even the blue whale, which is the largest species on earth, can beat it (this is due to […]
I have started a series of animations named “Spectacular brains of the vertebrates”! This will show vertebrate brains that are spectacular in different ways. For instance in shape, size, enlarged regions, density, function…. The first animal in this series was a hammerhead shark, which has a very strangely shaped brain due to its very odd […]
This animation was made for the NGO named AI Scope and describes the life-cycle of the malaria parasite – and how the software from AI Scope can improve malaria diagnosis and make it available for more people.
This scientific animation was made for SSI (Statens Seruminstitut) and describes how the CAF01 nanoparticles can improve the efficiency of vaccination
I made this video on LinkedIn in april 2018 to present myself and my mission about wanting to learn to make cool animations of science. The message was that I wanted projects to work on – without payment – to build my portfolio. I had a lot of positive interest and got a lot of […]
I have made this animation/video for MonTa Biosciences about the therapeutic mechanism of immunotherapy against cancer. The animation can also be seen on the Monta homepage: www.montabiosciences.dk
I have made two animations for use in this special lecture: The first animation about Thymus-maturation of T-cells around 4 min. The second animation about CAR immunotherapy around 11.50 min.