Dynamic Beauty in Science offers an appreciation of how cells move, divide and interact with one another. The video sequences presented were created through microscopy techniques such as live-cell imaging and 3D imaging which enable scientists to gain a deeper understanding of the complex organisation and dynamic processes within cells and tissues.
As a progressive cultural institution, the National Museum of Singapore embraces innovative integrations of culture and technology, in partnership with both cultural institutions and technology companies, to contribute to a more vibrant cultural landscape in Singapore.
Dynamic Beauty in Science is a partnership project between the Agency for Science Technology & Research’s (A*STAR) Office of Science Communications & Archives (OSCAR), the A*STAR Microscopy Platform (AMP), a core technology platform housed at the Skin Research Institute of Singapore, and the National Museum of Singapore.
Video editing: Tricia Lim, Republic Polytechnic intern with the A*STAR Microscopy Platform
Sound design and arrangement: stanxsoap
Conceptualisation & coordination: Graham Wright, A*STAR Microscopy Platform, Skin Research Institute of Singapore (SRIS) as part of the Beautiful Science initiative by the Office of Science Communications & Archives (OSCAR), A*STAR
Funding: Skin Research Institute of Singapore, A*STAR