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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A male hand holding an iPhone with the myIBD app loaded on the screen.

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Panning for mHealth Gold in the App Stream

Earlier this year, I joined a session at the popular ScienceOnline2013...

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Red blood cells traverse through the interior of a rich blood vessel environment, passing by the rough endothelial wall, small amounts of fibrin formation, and the words

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INVIVO in the Toronto Star

In today’s edition of the Toronto Star, city reporter Graham Slaughter takes...

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Eukaryotic microtubule polymers extend from clusters of mitotic spindles toward conjoined sister chromatids during mitosis.

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Winning Gold at Fusion2013

Gold feels good. The annual Association of Medical Illustrators meeting,...

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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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My Job Did Not Exist When I Was In High School

That’s how INVIVO president Andrea Bielecki opened her talk at SCInnovation:...

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Copper engraving of Doctor Schnabel [i.e Dr. Beak], a plague doctor in seventeenth-century Rome, with a satirical macaronic poem (‘Vos Creditis, als eine Fabel, / quod scribitur vom Doctor Schnabel’) in octosyllabic rhyming couplets.

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Skipping Merrily Through Medical-Art History

“I am not accustomed to saying anything with certainty after only one or two...

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A black and blue, stylized facsimile of the earth viewed from space.

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WWW Growing into World Wide Wellness

Borne out of the CERN physics lab 20 years ago today, the World Wide Web created...

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60 Years of the Double Helix

Today marks the 60th anniversary of the discovery of the structure of DNA by...

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