What our customers say:
Creating the perfect diagram that allows one to communicate an idea effectively is so important for the scientific process. The collection of images provided by Motifolio makes that important task so much easier. The images themselves are elegant and easy to work with and the collection contains most of what a biomedical scientist would like to include in a drawing.
Dr. Hansen, Univ of Florida, USA
The Motifolio images are incredibly versatile and flexible, allowing faculty to create unique images in support of both research and pedagogy. Students benefit greatly from the use of such images in my behavioral neuroscience courses and I believe that these images enhance their learning of the material.
Dr. Flint, Jr., The College of Saint Rose, USA
Thank you for providing such presentation toolkits that have such high quality graphics, and are so easy to customize. I have been doing medical presentations for over decade and have never come across anything close to what you offer. I also like that you periodically upgrade and add to the toolkits. Keep up the good work.
Dr. Collins, Naturopathic Doctorate, USA
I have used the Motifolio Biomedical Diagrams to illustrate drug delivery to various ocular structures and the origin of stem cells used for retinal and optic nerve repair. The current collection of slides is versatile and comprehensive, ranging from whole animals to anatomical diagrams, histology of tissues, cell biology and diagrams of subcellular pathways. In addition, Motifolio provide excellent customer support. They created a new slide showing the cellular organisation of the retina within a week for us – brilliant. The diagrams are easy to use and customize, as they are embedded into Powerpoint slides. As such, they can readily be used for presentations, but diagrams can also be copied into other image formats. The combination of an existing large collection of biomedical diagrams with an approachable team of designers for new images makes this a winning product.
Dr. Dahlmann-Noor, UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, UK
For my presentation, I often spent a whole day to draw only one schema. Your toolkits not only save my time, but also contributed much to make my presentation higher quality.
Dr. Hirai, Gunma Univ, Japan
The slides are good quality and very useful. It is great that they can be modified in PowerPoint.
Dr. Harris, St. Jude Children's Hospital, USA
Review from the "Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology"
Many presenters recognize the challenges associated with the production of high quality biology diagrams for scientific presentations. It can be difficult to find the right diagram for the occasion, or a diagram that can be modified to address a particular need. Copyright is often a barrier, and frequently leaves the author with no
option, but to create time consuming original diagrams from scratch. The solution marketed by Motifolio Inc. is to provide a suite of essential and ready-to-use biology diagrams that can be integrated easily into the slides of any PowerPoint presentation. ...
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