The brain is changing a lot during adolescence to shape itself for future needs. A lot is happening on the molecular, cellular, structural and functional level. Teenagers can seem to have lost their head sometimes, but what is going on is actually logic and needed. They are working hard to morph their brain into an […]
I love to make illustrative infographics that summarizes scientific subjects. Here is one about Space Physiology – thus, what happens during long time in space. It is inspired by the fact that ESA (The European Space Agency) a few weeks ago announced that the Danish astronaut Andreas Mogensen is again going on a mission to […]
Next woman in the illustrated series about scandinavian women in science from the 20th Century – The medical doctor Herdis von Magnus (1912-1992), who made significant contributions in the figth against polio and the development of an efficient vaccine in Denmark. Read the full text here
Another* forgotten and overlooked, brilliant female scientist from the 20th Century: Marie Hammer (1907-2002) was a Danish zoologist, who – by her extensive collections and studies of microscopic tics named Oribatides and Collemboles – finally confirmed the theory of continental drift, formulated by Alfred Wegner in the early 20th century . The theory of continental […]
Inge Lehmann was a Danish seismologist and mathematician, who discovered that the Earth has a solid inner core. She did this through studies and calculations of the spreading of seismologic earthquake waves. She was an amazing woman, but despite her extraordinary talent and great findings, she is almost unknown in Denmark. First after she (in […]
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
I have recently made some illustrations for Muna Therapeutics. Here is one of them, showing neurons and microglia in a healthy and a diseased brain.
I have created this illustration for Lasse Folkersen and Olink Proteomics. It is an illustration of the Olink technology named PEA, where specific antibodies are bound to DNA and function as a signaling system for detection of specific proteins. The technology by Olink Proteomics (www.olink.com/scallop-nature-metabolism/#) was used by Lasse Folkersen et al. in this paper […]