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Posted: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 15:38
Training on basic technique of scientific drawing for orphans and physically disabled adolescents held - 184 time(s) visited
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BIOTROP has conducted a three-day training on basic technique of scientific drawing for orphans and physically disabled adolescents from June 22-24, 2009 at Matoa Room.

The objectives of this training were as follows:
1. To share the scientific drawing techniques from senior professionals to teenagers, especially to orphans and physically disabled people.
2. To encompass the talented young people to inherit the scientific drawing techniques from professionals for scientific interest in the future.
3. To provide the participants with the technical skill which could become their source of income.

Scientific drawing technique is a technique to draw biological objects, such as plants, fungi, and animals in order to perpetuate the object morphology as similar as possible with its original morphology.

Scientific image is important to support the scientific publications, such as journals and books. Scientific image can also be used to describe in detail each part of the biological objects, which can serve as an important document.

The training was attended by 8 participants from orphan houses in Bogor, 9 participants from special school for disabled children in Bogor and 5 BIOTROP staff.
Mr. Satiri, natural art drawer in the field of Biology, acted as instructor for this training.

Some of the participants are potential to be educated to become a professional scientific drawer.