Visions talks with Melbourne researchers are using Australia’s fastest supercomputer to simulate, for the first time, the 3D motion of the complete human rhinovirus, the leading cause of the common cold.
Produced by Masters of Science students in the "Science Communication" subject.
Presented by Ella Kelly
Voice over by Helen Osborne
Editing & interview by Chin Yong Quek and Peter Diakumis
Video production by Rob Cross
Camera by Clive Banfield
Time lapse video and additional shots of rhinovirus provided by VLSCI
With thanks to:
Dr Mike Kuiper, Computational Research Scientist, VLSCI
Professor Michael Parker, St. Vincent's Institute and University of Melbourne Bio21 Institute Dr John Wagner, Manager, IBM Research Collaboratory for Life Sciences-Melbourne, VLSCI
Christina Hall and Helen Gardiner, VLSCI
Katie Mayne, St Vincent’s Institute
Rebecca Scott, Senior Media Officer, University Communications