Animations of Unseeable Biology

January 15th, 2012 | Brain

Science is often intimidating and inaccessible, and it can be a problem for anyone attempting to grasp the unseeable world.  Drew Berry‘s animations let you see inside the cell at the molecular level, and the results are amazing.  They are both scientifically accurate and aesthetically beautiful.

I am happy for the future students that will get to see these animations in school.


[via The Loom]

p.s. I also like Dr. Baxter’s attempt to achieve something similar back in 1957.

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