Alison Hirukawa
PhD Biochemistry
BLUE Fellow
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Summer
2018
Visualizing data from Montréal honey bee hives through immersive VR
BLUE Fellow
Summer
2018

Background

Alison recently completed her PhD in Biochemistry, studying breast cancer epigenetics. She is interested in way too many things. Her BLUE project is creating a Virtual Reality installation that will use sound, space and visuals to display multi modal data gathered from honey bee hives in Montréal. Alison is Tokyo-born, Vancouver-raised.

Talk to Alison about: honey bees, the microbiome and Yayoi Kusama.

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