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Drawing living data

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This sample of living coccolithophorids, Emiliania huxleyi, is combined with yellow dinoflagellates. The smaller forms are bacteria. Coccolithophorids are one of several species of phytoplankton being studied by UTS scientist Charlotte Robinson to understand how they adapt to changes in … Continue reading

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Why collaborate?

  Abstract for publication The historically recent separation between the art and science of understanding has until now been accepted as normal, just as scientists have regarded artists as illustrators and not contributors to understanding. Today as more artists collaborate … Continue reading

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Unseeale biology

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Peter Ralph recommends TED talks: How animations can help scientists test a hypothesis http://www.ted.com/talks/janet_iwasa_how_animations_can_help_scientists_test_a_hypothesis Unseeable biology http://www.ted.com/talks/drew_berry_animations_of_unseeable_biology

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Life! Death

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Breaking news comes from an Australian Antarctic Division leading scientist So Kawaguchi.

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Living Data Atrium

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The Living Data Atrium may make study more productive and inspire collaborations between disciplines and institutions. Animations are projected through silk mesh that once trawled for plankton in the Southern Ocean, with music that reflects the marine environment. Malou Zuideman … Continue reading

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Sex in the sea

  Responses to Sex in the sea have varied. Responses from some scientists include: “I loved the animation.” “Great!” “Lisa , you do great work in vector graphics. Bring to you a collection that consists of 3 archives on this … Continue reading

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Living Data animations

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Takuya Suzuki is a PhD graduate from the Victorian College of the Arts. His Time Sense series visualises the evolution of the natural world, including humans. As Takuya explains, When developing the series, I imagined myself being the flowers and … Continue reading

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Adapting animation and music

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Cycles of light and darkness

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Living Data joins the Polar Time “Helmholtz Virtual-Institutes” research program to understand “Biological timing in a changing marine environment: clocks and rhythms in pelagic organisms”. Our task is to make an animation to visualise the story (hypothesis) upon which the … Continue reading

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Can krill adapt in time?

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