A NEW MALARIA DIAGNOSTIC

RELEVANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO SCIENCE AND SOCIETY

Services / I Animation video I

Client /Adolphe Merkle Institute I University of Fribourg

The Adolphe Merkle Institute (AMI) is an independent competence center at the University of Fribourg that focuses on research and education in the domain of soft nanomaterials.
Founded in 2008, AMI is in many aspects unique in the landscape of Switzerland’s research institutions. Their focus is unmatched in Switzerland and beyond. Their research combines fundamental and application-oriented aspects in a multidisciplinary setting. Through collaborations with industrial partners, AMI aims to stimulate innovation, foster industrial competitiveness and more generally, improve the quality of life.

They work hard to make relevant contributions to science and to society and to keep AMI on its course to carry out Adolphe Merkle’s vision of a leading competence center for fundamental and application-oriented interdisciplinary research in the field of soft nanomaterials.

A NEW MALARIA DIAGNOSTIC

As Bumbuku, we always consider building a bridge between scientific world and the public very significant. This project in Adolphe Merkle Institute, Switzerland aims creating a new malaria diagnostic. Our client wanted to get a 3D animation to explain the chemistry behind their tests and make it more understandable to their audience.

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