Lectures and Seminars
Dr Langridge has delivered over 300 lectures and seminars in 16 countries including invited lectures before meetings of societies such as the National Academy of Sciences, Royal Society, American Chemical Society, American Physical Society, American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Association for Computing Machinery, International Union of Crystallography, Federation of European Biological Sciences, Pharmaceutical Society of Japan and Academia Sinica, at institutions including the National Institutes of Health, Institut Pasteur, Max-Planck-Institut fur Medizinische Forschung, ETH Zurich, Indian Institute of Science, Oxford, Cambridge, Caltech, Rockefeller, Hayden Planetarium and the Computer Museum, at most of the major pharmaceutical companies from Merck to Genentech and at DEC, Hewlett-Packard and IBM
Illustrations generated by the Computer Graphics Laboratory have appeared in numerous books, journals, magazines and newspapers, including the covers of the New York Times Magazine, and of the texts "Biochemistry" by Lehninger and "Organic Chemistry" by Morrison and Boyd, "The Periodic Table" by Primo Levi and many others, as well as the covers of the regular issues of Genomics, the American Journal of Human Genetics and several covers of Science, C&E News and IEEE Computer.
TV coverage of the work of the Computer Graphics Laboratory began at Princeton
in 1973 with footage generated for an NSF sponsored film "Life and the Structure of Hemoglobin". Later work included the NBC "Today" Show, CBS, PBS and a number of other news programs as well as use of video generated in the lab on programs such as Nova, Horizon (BBC) and stations in Europe and Japan.
In 1983 Dr Langridge collaborated with Industrial Light and Magic (Lucasfilm) using real-time interactive graphics of DNA to generate the introduction to the "Genesis" segment of "Star Trek II"