Interview with Grammy Nominee Renee Jablow
According to the IBN:
Nano-Bio Kits are educational tools to help teachers introduce applications of bioengineering and nanotechnology to their students through interactive sessions using laboratory equipment commonly available in schools. Targeted at 15 to 19 year olds, the Nano-Bio Kits will demonstrate the latest advances in scientific research, particularly in the areas of nanobiotechnology, medical devices and drug delivery.
Each Kit contains materials for teachers and students to conduct a series of experiments that illustrate various scientific concepts and techniques used in modern research. Background material and lesson plans are provided to help teachers incorporate the use of Nano-Bio Kits in their laboratory lessons.
This weekend was the launch of the much anticipated iPhone. I waited in line at one of the apple stores here in southern california and I was lucky to be the 10th person in the store to pick up my iPhone! It is an incredible device with stunning packaging to match. Lucky for you guys I can now mobile blog, so when I see nice packaging when im out and about, I can snap a pic and send it directly here!
Ben Schlitter: TwentyFour Wine
Submitted by TheDieline.com reader and talented designer Ben Schlitter, the packaging he designed for TwentyFour Wine is innovative and beautiful! According to Ben, "A significant portion of my design focuses on using ordinary materials in new ways. In that spirit I created TwentyFour Wine which uses rubber bands as its label. In doing so an everyday item is transformed into something beautiful. This reflects a good wine’s ability to transform a normal meal or occasion into something more meaningful and unique. The name TwentyFour refers to the circumference of the bottle (in centimeters). As an added bonus the rubber bands ensure that the bottle will not slip from your hands after an enjoyable evening with friends!" Truly ingenious!
Under Armour Performance Mouthwear Launch Kit
"Form and Logic collaborated with Bite Tech on packaging and print materials for the national launch of Under Armour's Performance Mouthwear. US Performance Mouthwear contains Bite Tech's patented ArmourBite technology. The mouthpeice unlocks an athletes pure potential by blocking the body's instinctive reflex system - teeth clenching.
The Launch Kit introduces dentists to to UA Performance Mouthwear and arms them with tools for consumer sales. After the athelete's mold is created, the customized mouthpiece and educational literature comes to the athlete in a tightly packaged consumer kit."