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Scientifically accurate animations illustrating microscopic world inside our bodies

Drawing on decades of research and data, animators and scientists are pioneering the new field of molecular animation, which seeks to leverage the power of cinema to explain the complexities of the microscopic world inside our bodies. In this TEDxSydney talk, Drew Berry, a biomedical animator at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, discusses how the age-old process of scientists expressing their work through art is being taken to the next level with astonishing animations of unseeable processes within our own cells.

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