A multi-dimensional vision transcending the biosphere
Vaccinology is an interdisciplinary field. The Research & Development, manufacturing and rollout of vaccines involve study of microbiology, immunology, epidemiology, statistics, infectiology, bioengineering, clinical medicine, ethics, sociology, economics, management, and communication etc.
The overlapped colors represent the interdisciplinarity and diversity of vaccinology.
In order to have safer and more effective vaccines, human beings have never stopped exploring, through difficulties and danger, their own bodies and their pathogens, just as artists never stop exploring the aesthetics of colors and lines.
When Dr. Tang Feifan dripped Chlamydia trachomatis into his eyes,
When Van Gogh depicted the starry sky, they had plunged themselves into the abysmal unknown.
Their courageous probe has laid foundation for our understandings of our own bodies,
and helped us take a step further into the mysterious world of biology.
The world of vaccinology, mirroring that of microorganisms observed under a microscope, is a panoply of mysteries and interdisciplinary findings.
The talents nurtured under the academic discipline of vaccinology resemble the valuable strains necessary for producing vaccines. They carry with them the knowledge of vaccinology to various research institutions, spreading scientific theories and innovative technologies to serve the world and the human beings.
The body color is purple, implying the solemnity and nobility, and it has the widest grayscale.
Accompanied by blue and yellow, this symbol represents the law of harmony in nature.
The theme color is purple, signifying rigor and high quality of our organization’s research. Meanwhile, purple has the widest grayscale, together with blue and yellow, symbolizing the rule of peaceful coexistence in nature.
Inspired by “the world of biology observed under a microscope,” we have come up with the design of irregular color blocks. The colorful abbreviated letters represent the interdisciplinarity and diversity of the field of vaccinology. The structure where these color blocks form a fluid coexistence, represents a harmonious and diverse landscape for our participants in the field of vaccinology study and research.