For International Women's Day, Gloucester Learning Alliance organized an interactive and multidisciplinary career event for schools across Gloucester. Game Dr was showcased as an innovative game development studio and ran game workshops and screened Antibiotic Apocalypse.
This month our Killer Fungus mobile games, Fungal Invaders and Killer Fungus: Evolution are being showcased at Manchester Science Festival in the Killer Fungus exhibition organised by University of Aberdeen.
Manchester Science Festival runs Thursday October 19th to Sunday October 29th.
Bacteria Combat coming soon.
We are excited to announce that our Bacteria Combat card game will be on sale in June.
Get yours at the Game Dr. shop and battle your friends for hours using your bacteria strengths, speeds and special powers.
The Game Dr team received extremely exciting news this week. Founder and Director, Dr Carla Brown has been selected as a finalist for the Forbes 30 under 30 Europe competition for Science and Healthcare.
During this amazing competition, Carla will attend the Forbes Class of 2017 summit in Israel in April. This achievement marks a key milestone for the Game Dr initiative.
Read more about Carla's competition profile and the competition here: http://www.forbes.com/30-under-30-europe-2017/science-healthcare/#7a9646241f7b
Last week to celebrate our success in Science magazine's Dance your PhD competition, we wrote a short article on Antibiotic Apocalypse for the Biochemical Society! Not only does the article describe the motivations, production and outcomes of the project, it also explains how we visualized the story of the film.
Read 'The Visualization of antibiotic resistance through creative film' here.
Well done to all of our excellent team. A tremendous amount of hard work and enthusiasm went into this project.
From the beginning of production, this team has functioned like a small family dedicated to antibiotic resistance education.
A special thanks to the wonderful dancers..
Tom Wohlfahrt - Antibiotic
Sofie Strandberg - E. coli
Chloe Schiphorst - Lactobacillus
Juan Barton - Klebsiella
Kaja Jurkowska - Bacteroides
Thanks for making this film a success.
We are excited to announce that our first educational science video, Antibiotic Apocalypse, was selected as a finalist for Science Magazine's Dance your PhD competition!
We produced this innovative and creative short film to educate the public on the problem of antibiotic resistance through dance and immersive storytelling!
The public vote has yet to be decided to get voting for our awesome film and support the importance of creative collaborations in science education!
Vote for your favourite video here!
Voting ends October 21st.