BioRender helps scientists to create and share beautiful, professional science figures in minutes.
It is especially useful for scientists and researchers from the research fields of biology and medicine, as it makes even complex and unique subjects simpler to demonstrate.
The illustrations can be used for research, lectures, courses, books and sharing between colleagues.
How to use BioRender
To use BioRender through the Technion subscription and get access to a premium user account, follow the link: https://app.biorender.com/portal/technion
Please note that each user must create a personal account using their valid @technion.ac.il / @campus.technion.ac.il email address.
Get started with BioRender learning hub
BioRender learning hub offers a collection of inspiring video tutorials, useful for both beginner and advanced users.
The videos vary from one-minute tutorials and design tips, to complete one-hour-long webinars.
The topics include both basic tutorials (for example: changing icon colors and creating custom shapes), and more broad subjects such as “COVID-19 immunology 101 for non-immunologists” (a tutorial by Akiko Iwasaki, Ph.D.).
Following the instructions in the tutorials step-by-step to create your own unique and professional illustrations will help to support your research by giving a more clear perspective. It will also help to enrich any presentation or publication with the context of visual demonstrations. BioRender’s user-friendly and intuitive interface makes it simple for anyone to create the image that they aim for.
Completed Graphics included in any published or printed material, including websites and social media, containing BioRender Content as permitted hereunder must include the following credit adjacent to the Completed Graphics or in audio/visual production credits: “Created with BioRender.com”.
Aside from a proper citation, all that is required to publish BioRender content in a thesis or an article within a peer-reviewed journal is a publication license that can be downloaded by the user when they export their illustration. A thesis that is held only within the University’s library system is considered unpublished, and does not require a publication license.
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