About

ABOUT MOLECULAR FLIPBOOK

The Molecular Flipbook Project seeks to enable biologists to become animators.
Molecular Flipbook was launched by a small group of biologists, animators and programmers based at the University of Utah and Harvard Medical School seeking to change the way that biologists create, visualize and share molecular models. This project was funded by NSF and launched in 2014.

Molecular Flipbook Team Members

Janet Iwasa, Principal investigator. Department of Biochemistry, University of Utah.
Gael McGill, Co-Principal investigator. Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School.
Piotr Sliz, Co-Principal investigator. Department of Biochemistry, Harvard Medical School.
Mike Pan, Senior programmer
Rise Riyo, Web developer

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FEATURES



OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE

Molecular FLipbook is a free and open-source molecular animation program. The animation toolkit is based on the GPL-license Blender Game Engine.

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Tutorials

LEARN HOW TO USE FLIPBOOK

Learn about how to navigate in Molecular Flipbook.

Quick tutorial to create a simple MAPK pathway animation.

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QUESTIONS?

Molecular Flipbook is not currently in development, but, in collaboration with another group, we are planning a new software to be released in 2018/2019. Please stay tuned, and email Janet if you have questions, concerns or would like to be added to our mailing list.

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