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  • MAbs cover 2012

    Journal’s favorite

    MAbs Journal decided to re-use one of my previous art works as profile on its Facebook page. Always great to see that my previous work is still being liked! It was developed back in 2013, as the cover of a journal issue publishing papers about “antibody design”. Rumour has it that Scicomvisuals’ latest proposal will appear on the…

  • SCICOM NL Annual meeting

    The second annual meeting of SCICOM NL – the dutch society for everyone who has a story about science – will be held on June 18. The topic of this year’s meeting is science cultures and languages, and it will be held in Wageningen, the Netherlands. As member of the board I invite you to…

  • NWO VICI grant for Dr. Alexander Kros

    A prestigious NWO VICI grant was given to Alexander Kros from LIC. His research is about understanding membrane fusion at the molecular level using a biomimetic model system. “For living cells the transport of molecules is vitally important but also highly complex. Based on a biomimetic model system that we have developed the controlled transport of incoming…

  • How to present a poster

    Last week I held a lecture at the monthly powerweb lecture series at TU Delft. Presenting a poster at a scientific conference can be a challenge. You know the kind of conferences, with thousands of participants, and poster halls that are big enough to store a Boeing 747. How do you atttract attendees, who have been…

  • Genmab launches two technology websites

    Genmab has launched two new websites with information about their technologies. One is called Genmabtech.com, en the other Hexabody.com. Back in 2013, Genmab launched another website about their DuoBody technology, DuoBody.com. Still at Genmab, I was responsible for infographics and background of the DuoBody website, and for website development. Now Genmab decided to combine their technologies by presenting…

  • Bloody cells

    I have started a small study to visualize how bacteria are attacked by bateriophages in the blood. The current image shows the setting I used for my project: the blood with erythrocytes and lymphocytes or monocytes (maybe even granulocytes?). In this series I visualize bacteriophages, their relative size as compared to other bodily components in the…