Monthly Archives: May 2020
This is my third knitted zika virus ball. This time it has the neutralizing antibodies on it. I hope to make two more, one orange without the antibodies on it and another with blue antibodies on it.
This is my second finished Zika virus yarn ball. ‘Finished’ because I have been working on the all white one I spoke of in my last post, but I haven’t figured out how to attach the neutralizing antibodies quite yet. … Continue reading
My name is Makenna Browne, I am a senior Biochemistry, Molecular Biology major, and I have decided to focus my protein portrait on Flavivirus causing Yellow Fever. I have a family history of artistic ability, but didn’t start experimenting till … Continue reading
Although they are a fun way of representing a virus capsule, iscosahedral tea cozies are a challenge to make! I started by constructing a paper mock-up around my teapot, identifying which corners needed cutting so there would be gaps for … Continue reading