The jelly-like ubiquitin-proteasome proteins bind onto a protein destined for destruction, forming a complex within a non-descript ominous foggy background.

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Digital Health Caught in the SciArt Tweet Storm

This week, the Scientific American blog Symbiartic (“the science of art and...

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A classroom full of students with laptops in front of them engaged in learning how to code.

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INVIVO and Ladies Learning Code

Digitally communicating health science has to be done with a foundation in...

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Proteins, tagged with small protein chains, travel toward one of the several barrel-shaped proteasomes for degradation.

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Announcing Our New Medical Animation Reel

What a year it’s been for the animation team here at INVIVO. So many new...

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Bright sunshine beats down on palm trees outside the ADC and GDC Next event.

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OK or Not-OK Glass: INVIVO at ADC and GDC Next

Recently, a few members from our Interactive Media team were fortunate enough to...

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An INVIVO employee experiments with the Oculus Rift, while a computer monitor displays what is being shown on the headset.

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Yes. We Have an Oculus Rift.

Oh, have we got ideas for this! More about the Oculus Rift on their site....

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Three people sit on a red-lit stage in front of an audience of onlookers at the HCSMCA tweet-up.

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INVIVO at the #hcsmca Tweet-Up

Earlier this week, Glendon and PJ from INVIVO attended the HealthCare Social...

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Hundreds of red blood cells, platelets, and strands of fibrin begin to form, aggregate, and cluster at the endothelial wall periphery of the interior of a large-diameter blood vessel.

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Like Little Red Buttons

Shortly before our new site and blog launched, we updated our Demo Reels. The...

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