David Goodsell Featured in Video
Congratulations to scientist and molecular artist David Goodsell, PhD, on a recent video profile of him and his watercolor cellular landscapes, several of which we are proud and privileged to make available as educational posters. Watch for details soon about Dr. Goodsell's latest work and collaboration with 3D Molecular Designs - a visual journey through the influenza infection process - which he talks about toward the end of the video!
Help your students achieve that "aha moment" with this simple but elegant kit that demonstrates the highly-specific interaction between a substrate and an enzyme. READ MORE
Captivate your classroom and explore multiple concepts with our large and small foam neuron models! READ MORE
Give your students a hands-on exploration of the next generation in genetic engineering! We are thrilled to be able to offer an affordable version of the 3D-printed Cas9 component of the CRISPR gene editing technology. READ MORE
The 2016-2017 Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Event explores two proteins found on the surface of the influenza virus. Hemagglutinin (HA) is the most important player in the infectious ability of influenza. Neuraminidase is an important target for antiviral medications. READ MORE