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The visual parts were hard to understand at some points. But a very creative video that spurred my interest in this topic.
Good choice for the music. My biggest critique would be that the visuals were conflicting when they did not reflect what was being said. The dialogue was also a little fast. Despite this though, the speakers spoke very clearly and I learned some interesting things about this cancer research!
I loved how you illustrated the condition and explained how it linked to evolutionary concepts. It really helped me understand y’all’s study!
This video was very engaging as the strong visuals made it easy to follow. I think adding music was a very smart move.
I enjoyed the visual presentations of the “happy” cells. Good vocal inflection as well.