TRANSLATING THE NICHE CONCEPTS OF SCIENCE INTO A DIGESTABLE FORM
EXONSCIENTIFIC is a 3D Scientific Design studio which strives to change the way in which science is visualized through innovative computer graphic techniques
Our team is comprised of
3D artists, animators, scientists,
and software engineers dedicated to
transforming your projects with
state of the art 3D design
Our goal is to bridge the gap between art and science to visualize the work of scientists and medical professionals around the globe
OUR PERSONALIZED DESIGN METHOD
We ground our work in understanding the research and science behind our clients target subject matter.
We then create a unique team of artists and programers to process a list of possible designs. We keep our clients involved in every step of the process until an outline is approved.
Finally, we take a multistep approach to create meaningful scientific visualizations that are captivating and stay true to the science. We will go through iterations as needed until our client is completely satisfied.
Founder of Exon Scientific
Daniel Rouhani is an entrepreneur, scientist, and 3D design engineer whose work has been referenced in Forbes magazine, over 50 scientific news articles, and on the front cover of 10 peer reviewed scientific journals. He was one of the first scientists to characterize and develop a comprehensive 3D model of the SARS-CoV-2 Nucleocapsid protein which was published and recognized internationally. He has presented his research at national and international research conferences and has spoken on a variety of research discussion panels. Rouhani founded ExonScientific to push the boundaries of how science can be visualized through advanced 3D innovation. He has collaborated with over 30 institutions including the NIH, Harvard, Yale, and Northwestern on topics ranging from protein visualization, SARS-CoV-2 glycosylation, and genetic engineering. Rouhani is also a graduate of the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps program, has served as a judge for investor pitch competitions, and has taught courses in research and scientific writing.