A section of incorrect DNA showing

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Cannot Unsee: The Curse of Biomedical QA

What’s wrong with this picture? Quality assurance, or QA, is a job...

Hands hard at work on an animation storyboard; stylized science objects appear in the background.

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Recommended Dosage: selections from our Design Team

Every few weeks our design department curates a selection of inspirational...

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...

A spoon full of chilli at the annual Second Harvest Chilli Cook-off.

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Hot February: Chili Cook-Off to Support Second Harvest

For the second year running, our team of INVIVIAC chefs rallied to create...

A collection of scientific objects, including ceramic organs, an atom and an Erlenmeyer flask, dressed in a Christmas motif.

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Happy Holidays from INVIVO

This holiday season, INVIVO is proud to contribute to Children of Hope Uganda,...

Silver and gold award statues lining the shelf of one of INVIVO’s boardrooms.

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Making Our Mark: Recent Awards

It’s been a busy summer, and we’re thrilled to announce some awards about...

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...