Company

Visual Science is a visualization, design and communications studio that operates in a wide range of high-tech fields including science, biomedicine, pharmaceuticals, bio- and nanotechnology, chemicals and microelectronics.

The company combines scientific expertise with advanced imaging and marketing tools to create solutions that connect projects, products and services with professional and general audiences.

The company’s extensive network of expert consultants includes 70+ scientists at world-leading research centers from Harvard University (USA) to HKUST (Hong Kong). Visual Science’s CEO is certified by the Association of Medical Illustrators (USA) as professional biomedical illustrator.

Clients: Nobel laureates, Johnson & Johnson, Takeda, Novo Nordisk, Roche, National Institutes of Health, Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise, Wiley, Elsevier, Springer, Bauer Media, Cambridge University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Monash University

Press coverage: The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Scientific American, New Scientist, Mashable, National Geographic, Popular Science, Spiegel, Wired, NBC, Fox News, Forbes, France 24, ITV.

Winner: Best Scientific Illustration (2010), awarded by Science magazine and the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Fields of work

High-end visualization

Scientifically accurate models of products, processes, and technologies in 3D, animation, illustration, VR/AR and interactive mobile apps.

For businesses

A complete range of design and communications solutions for high-tech companies, including brand identity, digital and offline marketing strategies, promotional materials, and special projects with global reach.

For educators

We develop educational content and the technologies to deliver it. Past projects have included interactive models, informational materials, and exhibitions for museums, universities and MOOCs. Clients: Cambridge University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; leading scientific publishers Wiley, Elsevier and Springer.