I've been enjoying NOVA's online series `The Secret Lives of Scientists and Engineers'. These short videos depict some lesser known aspects of the lives of cutting-edge scientists, their hobbies, passions and pastimes outside of the lab...
Four new carnivorous sponge species have recently been discovered in the deep sea. This short video comes from Becky Crew’s post on the Running Ponies blog, it provides basic natural history of these unique organisms and gives us a visualization of their habitats several kilometres beneath the oceans surface...
I'm really loving the new `Reactions` series from the American Chemical Society. Those of us involved in the world of science communication are well aware that effective science-storytelling involves a lot of creativity and style...
Welcome to a brand new video series from Scientific American Mind. ‘Brain Basics’ is a series of short films on the human brain, how we think, feel and act.
I was invited to speak at TED Global in Edinburgh last June based on a web series that I wrote and starred in called `Wild Sex'. The series took a bold and unapologetic approach to the topic of the evolutionary biology of sex, and our vision was very well received...
I've been a fan of Joe Hanson`s YouTube channel for a long time. It's Okay to Be Smart covers science topics in fun, interesting, and quirky ways - and the latest video is no exception.
After doing a lot of plane travel with the annoying drone of the engines, Joanne Manaster found herself in need of some noise cancelling headphones.
Neil Losin and Nathan Dappen are pretty amazing people. Both PhD scientists, both accomplished film-makers and photographers, both outside of the box thinkers.
The following is an excerpt from Patrick Mustain’s post on the Food Matters blog: We like big fish. And thats a problem, according to Andy Sharpless, CEO of the ocean conservation organization Oceana, and co-author (along with Suzannah Evans) of the book The Perfect Protein...
Vanessa Hill’s new BrainCraft channel on YouTube focuses on psychology and human behaviour, highlighting her background in science education and social media.
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