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September 12th, 2007
Award-winning nanomedicine animation video
Hybrid Medical Animation announced today that it took home two platinum best of show and two gold at this year's Aurora Awards. This is the second consecutive year the Minneapolis-based animation studio has been given the top honor.
Three of four Auroras this year came from the "Use of Special Effects/ Animation" category. The platinum winner from this category, "Rexin-G Mechanism of Action", was created for Epeius Biotechnologies Corporation. The animation depicts the molecular mechanisms of its revolutionary Rexin-G cancer therapy.
Watch the video here.
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