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Illustrated videos are what we are known for! We work with tech companies and researchers to craft a compelling script that lends itself well to animations. We then create a unique, custom storyboard with hand drawn illustrations that helps the audience visualize your technology in a way that is fun and accessible. Check out the videos from our client portfolio below!
The Rainmaker: Sustainability as a Service [ft. Locoal]
The team at Locoal has built a revolutionary new way to handle wood waste. The Rainmaker is a mobile, on-site, nearly autonomous device that converts wood waste into energy and biochar. Learn more about Mission: Sustainability Squared https://www.locoal.com/ #locoal #sustainability #climatechange
SpliceIO™ - ML module for the identification of tumor-specific RNA splicing-derived neoepitopes
Envisagenics is an Artificial Intelligence-driven biotechnology company that focuses on the discovery of novel RNA splicing variants that cause cancer and other genetic diseases. Its principal technology is the SpliceCore® discovery platform. The platform re-envisions the human genome with a validated exon-centric approach, combined with machine learning algorithms and high-performance computing. It is up to 250 times more likely to discover novel targets than gene-centric discovery tools. Using innovative technology and RNA analysis expertise, Envisagenics accelerates the development of highly specific therapeutics that modulate RNA splicing events that drive pathogenesis of oncology, neurodegenerative, and metabolic disorders. Envisagenics partners with biopharmaceutical companies and academic institutions to advance their drug discovery capabilities. Envisagenics also has its own internally developed RNA therapeutic programs. Envisagenics is a spin-out of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and a proud woman- and minority-led recipient of several grants from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences and the National Cancer Institute. For more information, please visit www.envisagenics.com.
5 Steps to Land Your Next Climate Tech Role (collab with Climate People)
Think only scientists can work in climate technology jobs? Think again! The climate tech industry is booming and needs people with all sorts of skills to come together and create solutions. Climate People have laid out 5 steps to help you break into a climate tech career. If you are ready to make a career change, Climate People can help! Climate People is a recruitment company that connects mission driven talented workers with impactful climate tech companies. Visit their website at https://www.climatepeople.com/ and start your rewarding career in climate tech today! To get you started in researching and networking, check out this awesome compilation of online resources, newsletters, books, and podcasts put together by the team at Climate People. https://www.climatepeople.com/resources #climatechange #climatetech #greenjobs
How to Share Preprints (collab with ASAPbio)
Preprints help scientists share their latest findings quickly to a wide- audience. However, since they are not peer-reviewed publications, it is important to be transparent when sharing information from a preprint. This video was brought to you by ASAPbio. Check out their YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgJk0CirQM-76vVbuci11uw) and visit their website (https://asapbio.org/) to learn more about preprints and scientific publications! #scicomm #preprints
How do we know what a fish likes? (And can we predict it?)
This video supports Part 2 of our lesson, "I Like That: How perception, emotion, and cognition shape our preferences." The video features the work of Tamra Mendelson, PhD and her former graduate student, Tory Williams, PhD. It is also designed to interact with student activities associated with the lesson. Here, we learn about how humans perceive color with our 3 cone types, and how that compares to darters (a type of beautiful freshwater fish that only has 2 cone types). The video (and activity) build toward students analyzing boxplots and data from a 2013 study led by Drs. Williams and Mendelson. The end goal of the study, and the lesson, is to test the hypothesis that female darters will be more attracted to a model male fish that is most stimulating to their sensory systems. Associated GP Lesson: (COMING SOON) Sign up for emails to stay in the loop 👉 https://bit.ly/getGPemails Animation by @Sykommer Narration and Scoring by @PhutureDoctors The "Cones Characters" were borrowed from an excellent video by @CalderRuhlHansen : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poL7nDmqjmk Other Links: Mendelson Lab Website: https://www.mendelsonlab.net/ The Study, "Sexual selection acting on a speciation trait in darters (Percidae: Etheostoma)"https://academic.oup.com/beheco/article/24/6/1407/190166
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Beyond the Buzzword: What is Climate Tech?
The term climate tech has recently surged in popularity, especially among investors, but what exactly does it mean? Ben Soltoff talks about the transforming reach of climate tech across multiple industries and sectors of the economy, the need for collective participation and the reason we should all be excited about its current growth. This video is brought to you by Beyond the Buzzwords, a CBEY/CITY project which clarifies some of the opaque vocabulary often used in sustainable innovation. Unpack more buzzwords at https://www.beyond-buzzwords.com.
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