The last unit of the year asks us to respond to a brief in a professional manner. We are given a task to make a 2 minute long animation of one biological process. The animation should transcribe the complex scenario accurately as well as dynamically. It has to be targeted to a specific audience so its asked to explore the ways how to convey scientific data engagingly to different audiences.
In other words (those of the brief), we are asked to demonstrate the ability to interpret, transcribe and represent complex ideas in engaging and dynamic ways.
Peter Klappa - biologist from the University of Kent, introduced the four scenarios: How the cell developed, other three were the life of: slime mold; mushroom, fern.
After choosing one scenario and the target-audience, then goes the research
of the topic ant the market.