The Corona Exhibition 2.0
The COVID-19 related exhibit in Inside Explorer will enable users to explore the SARS-CoV-2 virus and its effect on the human body, and our world. It is based on the latest scientific data, such as scans from 3D electron microscopes and Computed Tomography (CT) in collaboration with scientists and doctors. Installing the ready-to-go Corona Exhibition at your science center or public venue saves you both time and resources and most importantly, it empowers your visitors with knowledge.
This exhibition is in English. Existing translations: Swedish, German, Italian, Danish, Norwegian
Featured in this Digital Exhibition
The SARS-CoV-2 spike proteins play a central role in infecting our human cells, and it is a target for both antibodies and vaccine designers. With this data set users can study a real Spike protein from the SARS-CoV-2 virus scanned using cutting edge CRYO Electron Microscope technology.
Data by SciLife Lab at The Karolinska Institute, Stockholm
To unmask the virus and making it visible to our human eyes, visitors can cut into a SARS-CoV-2 virus particle and study its structure and viral properties. In a world where millions of people live under the threat of COVID-19 it is of vital importance
to gain a better understanding of how the virus actually works, in search for a cure.
Data by Nanographics, Vienna, Austria
These CT scans from a pair of COVID-19 infected lungs allow visitors to experience what kind of visual and physical damage that the SARS-COV-2 virus can do and what it looks like on the inside of our bodies. Therefor better understand the importance of keeping each other safe and help stop the spreading.
Data by Dr. Altair Costa, Thoracic surgeon at the Federal University Hospital in Sâo Paolo, Brazil, and Norman Gellada, Imaging specialist, 3D and advanced visualization at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles.
The users will be guided from the first confirmed case of COVID-19 reported in Wuhan, China in December 2019 through the worldwide outbreak, tracking two years of the COVID-19 pandemic via an interactive 3D globe.
Statistics retrieved from: ‘https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus’