BioMation

BioMation

BioMation ‘brings to life’ the microscopic and macroscopic mysteries of biomedicine.

Contact

Mr. Will James

03 8532 1288


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Post author: Will James. Last update: 29/10/2015 at 4:01 pm by Will James.

Overview

At BioMation we are passionate about communicating biomedical concepts through engaging and scientifically precise visuals. Specialising in bespoke 3D visualisation, BioMation ‘brings to life’ the microscopic and macroscopic mysteries of biomedicine. From concept to delivery, BioMation works in collaboration with our clients to create compelling illustrations and animations to inspire their target audiences.

BioMation visuals can be tailored to resonate with your peers, patients, students, customers or non-scientific audiences. Whether a single cellular protein or a complex signalling pathway, contact BioMation to discuss how we can illuminate your biomedical science. BioMation houses a unique combination of scientific and creative expertise. Building on a foundation of more than 15 years of biomedical research experience in bio-imaging, immunology and cell and molecular biology, we bring an authenticity to our creations. BioMation illustrations and animations benefit from our skilled use of advanced dynamic 3D technology.

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Benefits

Biomedical Animation & Illustration, 3D visualisation, molecular visualisation, scientific process visualisation, cellular interactions.

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Services

Biomedical animation

Used for animations and illustrations of biomedical concepts.

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Location

BioMation

Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute. 75 Commercial Road, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

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Type: Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas:
Precinct: South east
Affiliations: Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute

Biological Science categories: Computational

Tags: 3D visualisation, Biomedical Animation & Illustration, cellular interactions, molecular visualisation, scientific process visualisation