Scientific animation & illustration services in Boston

Oct 13, 2020 | Marketing

At 3DforScience, our passion is to bring science to life. With the increasing presence and relevance that the Life Science industry has in the Greater Boston area, we are now more than ever committed to helping pharma and biotech companies located in Boston to transform their scientific messaging into powerful graphics that allow them to communicate more effectively with potential clients, investors, clinicians, and patients.

Life Science ecosystem in the Greater Boston Area

Innovation and scientific progress is, undoubtedly, something that characterizes the Boston ecosystem. We find giants in this sector with Biotechnology companies such as Biogen, Boston Scientific, Genzyme or Immunogen, and pharmaceutical companies like Merck & Co, Novartis, Pfizer, Sanofi, or Shire Pharmaceuticals.

It is hard to say, that Life Science companies concentrate in just one place, but a lot of our clients are from Boston, Cambridge, or Waltham, MA!

In the past, we have successfully produced visual content for other companies based in Boston, such as Palleon Pharmaceuticals, for which we visualized their synthetic antibody. Whereas the pharma industry is surely global, start-ups are beginning to have more and more relevance. This has left pharma and biotech companies struggling to stand out in the game in such a competitive industry.

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Besides, large well-known companies are becoming more dependent on smaller research organizations. Thus, a powerful way to make their work stick out from competitors is to use 3D animation services and illustrations that allow them to spread their message across innovatively and effectively.

If you are part of this industry, you might agree with us in that, it is enormously challenging to make your target audience understand your science and the mechanism of action (MoA) of drug candidates and novel technologies.

To overcome this challenge, companies like 3DforScience, which are formed by animators, artists, and scientists, can help you transform complex scientific concepts into high-detailed scientific illustrations and animations that make such concepts clear, concise, and engaging.

A significant reason biotech and pharma industries are getting fond of animation and illustration is their ability to inform and persuade. Thus, your video can be used not only for informative purposes but also for investor presentations, support in medical visits, and numerous marketing assets. 

Although these services may look very futuristic, and medical animation is a rather niche area, it is a highly promising part of the Life Science industry.

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3DforScience is a scientific communication company specialized in digital content for the pharma and biotech industries. Our passionate creative team works alongside an in-house scientific team to provide cutting-edge medical animations, scientific illustrations, virtual reality, etc.

Our extensive experience within the field ensures all the content we produce is scientifically accurate, innovative, engaging, and pitched at the right level for the target audience.

Do you run a Life Science company based in the Boston Greater area or surroundings, and you wish to stick out from competitors?

Contact our expert team, and we will provide you with visuals and tools to succeed in your scientific communications and exposure.


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