What if diagrams in biology textbooks were animated and could be viewed from any angle?
Dr. Janet Iwasa, Molecular Animator, TED fellow and Assistant Professor in Biochemistry at the University of Utah, explains how she began creating 3D animations and the impact within current medical research. We are also joined by my friend and past guest Dr. Lina Dalberg, associate professor in Biology at WWU.
I hope you enjoy hearing our attempt to describe visuals with enthusiasm.
To view Dr. Iwasa’s animations, visit animationlab.utah.edu