On 30th of November we were happy to exhibit our work in project management and scientific visualization at the career days 2018 at the IMP Vienna. We like to thank our visitiors for their interrest in our work and we were very pleased that our scientific visualizations could leave a lasting impression.
We want to thank the organisers for the invitation and we look forward to the next event at the IMP.
Our Project Manager Stefan Grünert and Nikola Tasic our Graphic Designer held a complementary skills workshop for the Alkatras Marie Sklodowska Curie Action “Alkatras” (link) in Monza on September 11/12. This was within the longstanding partnership with the ALKATRAS consortium, which biolution already supported during the proposal stage.
Today, Biolution are proud to present their demo reel, showcasing the multitude of inspirations from our projects and the range of styles and techniques employed to fulfil our clients’ needs to visualize their science and research.
It is our ambition to support researchers in their communication tasks with dynamic representations of their favourite molecules or processes. While continuously expanding our toolset, we have developed many fantastic and inspiring ways to visualize the unimaginable mechanisms of molecular science in instructive ways.
We hope you enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed making it. If you are inspired, let us know and maybe we can develop our next 3D visualization project with your research.
Biolution are proud to be management and dissemination partner in the EUthyroid project, which has just been featured as a success story by the European Commission. This is a testament to the enormous effort of all partners and supporters to raise awareness for the world’s leading preventable cause of brain damage and EUthyroid’s effort to establish a pan-European infrastructure to monitor, evaluate and prevent iodine deficiency and the significant health problems it causes.
To promote the Krakow Declaration on Iodine and the meeting held in Krakow on Wednesday 18th April to officially present this document, Biolution prepared a press release in English and also in German, for distribution in Austria.
Biolution were proud to organise, as partner of the EU-funded project EUthyroid, the Krakow Declaration on Iodine. This historic event took place on Wednesday 18th April, at the Collegium Medicum / Collegium Novodvorscianum of Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland with 31 EUthyroid partners representing 27 countries coming together to present the Declaration and call on European policy-makers to support measures to eliminate iodine deficiency.
The fourth EUthyroid project meeting was held on 17th April 2018 in Krakow, Poland. This meeting took place in Krakow to coincide with the meeting taking place on the following day (Wednesday 18th April) to present the Krakow Declaration on Iodine.
Biolution are proud to organise, as partner of the EU-funded project EUthyroid, the Krakow Declaration on Iodine. On Wednesday 18th April, scientists from EUthyroid, supported by several stakeholder organisations, will meet at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland to present the Declaration and call on European policy-makers to support measures to eliminate iodine deficiency.
from left to right: Nikola Tasic, Iva Kalicanin, Afitap Derya Köprülü, Paul Grünert, Iris Grünert, Stefan Grünert, Matthew Spencer
Following all the hard work that went into ensuring the highly successful EUthyroid meeting in Belgrade on 7-8 September 2017, the biolution team took a well-deserved break to enjoy all that the Serbian capital of Belgrade had to offer.
The third EUthyroid project meeting was held on 7 – 8 September 2017 in Belgrade, Serbia. All work package leaders had the opportunity to discuss progress made during the last 12 months of the project and outline their detailed plans for bringing the project to a successful conclusion.
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