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By |September 29th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

Today we invite you to get to know Danae DelBalso! Danae grew up in East Greenbush, NY, and went to study advertising and communications at Emerson College. After that, she worked for several ad agencies as a producer before moving to XVIVO. Danae is married to Nick, an Albany firefighter, and together they have two...

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By |September 8th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

Introducing Jenn Platt! Jenn has called a few places home including New York, North Carolina, Texas, Colorado, California, Florida, Pennsylvania, England, Ontario, and most recently, Connecticut. In school, Jenn studied Medical Illustration, English, and Biology, and spent her time in NYC doing medical animation and watching a lot of obscure theater. She also took excursions...

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By |August 29th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

XVIVO XPOSED continues this week with Katherine (KC) Fallon! KC comes to us from Springfield, MA, birthplace of Dr. Seuss. She studied Medical Illustration at RIT and joined XVIVO straight out of college. While in school, KC was a lab assistant in the Hematology Department at Baystate Medical Center, learning probably a bit too much...

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By |August 26th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

Introducing Brett Murrah! A native of Connecticut, Brett has lived in the town of Monroe since he was two. In school he studied graphic design and art history, and has worked thereafter as both an animator and a licensed massage therapist. Some of Brett’s favorite things include: video games, zombies, zombie-themed video games, kale, kale-themed...

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By |August 19th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

We continue our showcase this week with our Head of Production, Roz! Rosalyn “Roz” Quinton is a native Jersey girl, but has spent the last decade and a half living in Connecticut. Roz studied mass communications and marketing at Quinnipiac, and worked as a producer at a stop-motion studio as well as at a couple...

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By |August 14th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

XVIVO XPOSED continues today with one of our animators, Tony Bexley! Born and raised in Cape Cod, Tony went on to study computer graphics and design at RIT and Springfield College. Afterward, he went to the Vancouver Film School to hone his skills in 3D, returning to XVIVO after his studies to take his rightful...

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XVIVO, TEDMED, and Jeffrey Karp

By |August 12th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

We always excited to get to help the amazing speakers at the annual TEDMED conferences. This year, we are working with Dr. Jeffrey Karp of Harvard to illustrate his inspiring work on biomimicry. Biomimicry is the term given to invention inspired by nature. Like us, our non-human cohabitants have gone through millennia of evolution, selection,...

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By |August 11th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

Putting faces to talent. Introducing XVIVO XPOSED, where we’ll showcase one person from our team every couple of days! Today, we’ll start out with Barry Furlano, who, as of two months ago, has been with us for a full year! Barry hails from Western Massachusetts, but chose to leave the picturesque Berkshires for the concrete jungle...

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XVIVO’s Medical Animations Showcased at ASCO 2014

By |June 4th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

Every year, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) puts together an annual meeting for clinicians, educators, and researchers to come together to discuss new developments and ideas with respect to cancer research and care. This year, the annual ASCO show took place from May 30th- June 3rd in Chicago, Illinois, and we were excited...

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Watch Proteins Do the Jitterbug

By |April 10th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

When we first released “The Inner Life of Cell” back in 2006, we were met with kudos and awe. What we had chosen to depict, for the sake of clarity, was open intracellular space, and the smooth, almost premeditated action taken by molecules within the cell. Of course, this was somewhat of a misrepresentation; we...

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A New Inner Life

By |March 31st, 2014|Syndicated Content|

Protein Packing – Inner Life Of The Cell Animation It’s been a while since our last scientific animation for Harvard’s ‘Inner Life of the Cell’ series, but our team is thrilled to finally announce the release of our newest addition, titled ‘Protein Packing’. What our first two animations depicted, somewhat misleadingly, was a vast intracellular...

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Winter in the New Office

By |December 11th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

Well, it’s not quite winter yet, but it certainly feels like it. Breaking into our new office space has been a blast. With great lighting and colorful walls, we’re really starting to achieve our goal of looking like our scientific illustrations. Dare you to find us another medical animation studio with a giant graffiti logo...

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A peek into our “Inner Life” story

By |June 19th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

As we get closer to our much-anticipated weekend at the Googleplex for some Sci Foo Camping fun, we’re reminded of the journey we’ve taken over the past few years that has brought us into notice both at home and abroad. Given our blossoming adolescence, we think its time to get a little nostalgic, give thanks...

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