The first science films

By Grant Jacobs 09/08/2011

This short video from NewScientist introduces the first science films. They’re delightful, and I love the insights into how they were made, but I am the only one who find the juggling flies just a tiny bit gross? (The few comments at YouTube, at the time I read them, were all delighted with the flies.)

Thanks to bioEmphemera whose post on the Imagine film competition lead me to this video. (Final deadline August 15th.)

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Monkey business or is my uncle also my Dad?

Research project coding and end-user application coding

Man-made bird flies

A forensic scientist tells it like it is

Haemophilia – towards a cure using genetic engineering.

(Updated to correct YouTube URL issue.)

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