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Brady Johnston – University of Western Australia

17/06/2024 11:00 am - 17/06/2024 12:00 pm
Location
Davis Auditorium

Postgraduate Seminar Series – Computational Biology Theme hosted by Andrew Keniry, Nadia Davidson, Haloom Rafehi

 

Brady Johnston

School of Molecular Sciences – University of Western Australia

Revolutionising Creation of Beautiful Molecular Animations

 

Davis Auditorium

Join via TEAMS

Including Q&A session

 

 

Brady is a structural biologist and animator, building tools to enable beautiful rendering and animation of structural biology and molecular datasets.

 

He is also the developer of Molecular Nodes, a very popular plugin for the 3D animation software Blender. Molecular Nodes has enabled scientists and animators around the world to render visually stunning images and animations of their data sets.

 

Brady is fascinated by beautify of the molecular world, and will talk about how a hobby for photography drove him to create his own visualisation software, and the journey that it has taken him on.

 

All welcome!

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