Microsoft Powerpoint offer lecturers complete control of their presentations. Biomedical Art & Design can help to bring the disparate elements of your research into one file with a cohesive and elegant appearance.
Biomedical Art & Design is responsible for the content and presentation of the continously running monitor displays in the hallways of the eighth, ninth, and tenth floors of the Stellar-Chance Labs, and the second floor of the Anatomy-Chemistry Building. These monitors belong to the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics and offer them constant information about the goings-on within the department along with trivia questions and weekly quotes to keep the displays entertaining and engaging.
The trivia questions from the past six years have been compiled into one handy-dandy book, Six Years of Science Trivia, available in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics for the low, low price of $10.
As this age has veered into technology, slides seem to have become a thing of the past but certainly the information contained in libraries should not become forever lost. We can scan your slides, bring them into Powerpoint, and recreate your lecture on the computer.
We have a large flatbed scanner to scan oversize documents along with any smaller item from books, journals, or hand-written notes.