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  • Empowering Amphera

    Scicomvisuals developed a brand new website for Amphera. Amphera is a Dutch biotech company, and develops dendritic cell therapies for the treatment of cancer. Their lead indication is mesothelioma, a cancer of the lining of the lungs. The company has several studies in clinical stage.  Scicomvisuals was responsible for website design, and of course we…

  • Fresh look for ISA Pharmaceuticals

    In recent months  Scicomvisuals has been busy with the development of a new website for ISA Pharmaceuticals. ISA preferred a fresh look, with lots of graphical elements. The header is a good example, showing dendritic cells and T cells – the key players in their process – in an artistic fashion. Use of color and…

  • Boosting Sapreme Technologies

    We recently gave a boost to the brand recognition of a new biotech company, Sapreme Technologies.  Sapreme Technologies asked for a so-called one-pager, which is prefectly suitable for a young firm that does not yet have loads of info to share with its public. Sapreme Technologies develops a platform technology to enable cytosolic delivery of macromolecule…

  • DCprime’s corporate identity

    With the launch of their website, DCprime‘s new corporate identity was made public yesterday. In close collaboration with OVERHAUS and Tom Balm we worked hard to develop a new corporate logo and website. The logo visualizes the pivotal role dendritic cells play in orchestrating the immune response, in which the blue dot could be an antigen,…

  • Keygene animation

    Recently, Keygene launched their new website. SCICOMVISUALS was asked to develop an animation that would explain the different ways in which third parties can collaborate with Keygene and make use of their state-of-the-art technologies. We offer research and research services projects, strategic collaborations, and access to our research and traits components to accelerate your success.…

  • Graphical abstract in Cell Reports

    Scicomvisuals is proud to have one of its infographics published as graphical abstract in Cell Reports (volume 23, issue 13, 2018). Hanke Matlung et al show that neutrophils can kill antibody-opsonized cancer cells by a process called trogoptosis. Scicomvisuals developed the graphical abstract and the infographic in Figure 7. This is the abstract in words:…