“From Atoms to Cells, Nanobiology course leads to wonderful illustrations” Raimond Ravelli

In the context of their Nanobiology course, students of the Maastricht Science Programme made these Free Style illustrations with the program CellPaint. The course coordinator, Raimond Ravelli, Associate Professor at M4I, is very impressed by the creativity and joy the students put into these and is looking forward to the end result which we hope to share here as well. See the video below and read more on this course and the impact here

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