The Hungry Microbiome
The Hungry Microbiome is an exciting biomedical animation that takes the audience on a journey through the digestive tract to reveal the world of the human gut microbiome. The video explores how interactions between a human and their gut microbiota plays a key role in colorectal cancer risk. The dataset comprises a 4 minute mp4 video and a thumbnai... morel.
Bioinformatics, Cancer Cell Biology, Dietetics and Nutrigenomics, Nutritional Physiology, Simulation and Modelling
Microbiome; resistant starch; bowel cancer; fibre; fiber; animation; visualisation; visualization
Animation and narration: Christopher Hammang; Producers: Sean O'Donoghue, Kate Patterson; Scientific Consultation: David Topping, Trevor Lockett, Julie Clarke; Music and Mixing: Richard Tamplenizza; Sound Design: Tara Webb; Additional Recording: Kenneth Sabir; Art and Technical Direction: Drew Berry, Christian Stolte; Funding provided by Inspiring Australia, Department of Industry.
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence
Hammang, Christopher (2014): The Hungry Microbiome. v4. CSIRO. Data Collection.
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO Australia 2014.
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TCP03 VIZBI Visualising Biological Data
The aim of the project is to raise the global standard of visualisation and usability in bioinformatics software.
Improving bioinformatics visualisations