Falconieri Visual’s principal, Veronica Falconieri, presented at the Association of Medical Illustrator’s meeting in Cleveland this past week. She told the story of high-resolution cryo-electron microscopy, and how it is poised to revolutionized the field of structural biology–and they seemed to like it! Here are some selected tweets:
Veronica Falconieri visually illuminates Cryo-EM with past and current contexts! @AMIdotorg #ami2015 #womeninscience pic.twitter.com/UuYVUniJGw
— Anneliese Lilienthal (@AnnelieseMay) July 24, 2015
Veronica Falconieri shows us the differences between low and high resolution cryo-em structures @AMIdotorg#AMI2015pic.twitter.com/ZvpYIDQQ5J — Chelsea Jackson (@renovatio_art) July 24, 2015
The ePMV advanced techniques workshop, co-taught with Graham Johnson, was also a success! Participants took away valuable lessons in leveraging Cinema4D’s instance objects, Xpresso, and Python scripting features to enhance their molecular visualizations.
Learning not to forget about the power of using instances #C4D #AMI2015
— Val Altounian (@oooitsplasma) July 22, 2015