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Fast DNA

Fast DNA was illustrated to depict a device designed by UNL engineers for rapidly replicating DNA. PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction thermocycling technology) is a technique for amplifying DNA samples to enable gene sequencing and identification.

Created using 3D Studio Max and Photoshop, this illustration was used as one of the main panels of Nebraska’s booth at the BIO 2006 international trade show.


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Interested in knowing more about me? I'm flattered! Where do I start? Well, I am a 2004 graduate from the University of Nebraska. I've always sort of been a nerd, but my degree in computer science probably didn't help that. But I have always had a love of art, so combine the computer base with my minor in studio art and viola, you get me.

Born and raised in small town Nebraska, I'm passionate about everything this great state brings - yes even (or especially) the cold weather. Call me strange.

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