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Hemoglobin Gets Its Own Action Figure

Creating a Protein Action Figure Shortly after creating the first 3D print of Oxygenated Hemoglobin, Wired Magazine found our blog post and wanted to write a short article on it. By the time the article was ready for press, Michael Gulen and I had completed our prototype of Oxygenated Hemoglobin cast in durable colored palastics […]

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Respiratory Complex I

3D Print of Respiratory Complex 1 created from PDB ID: 2FUB and printed at 6.254 cm 8.002 cm 5.73 cm. Purchase Model The model can be printed in a variety of materials and colors. Please select the link below to view options for printing and purchase through our shapeways.com store. Structure of the hydrophilic domain of […]

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Protein Models as tools for STEM Education

We’ve known college students enjoy using physical models of proteins and learn equally well from both computer-aided molecular visualization software as they do physical models. Could the same apply to kids?  How young of an audience can we communicate basic molecular biology?  In doing so, can we raise basic science literacy at a young age?  We believe that […]

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