Projects filed under: Video

Of the approximately 4 million births in the United States each year, at least 400,000 of them still trigger a state of desperation in maternity wards. Parents, doctors and medical staff feel this way over the challenge of managing high-risk...

Source

Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Video

Year

2018
When Ava VanDommelen was seven, she asked for her first microscope for Christmas. Now, at 17-years-old, she’s using microscopy to explore cancer tumors and the immune system at the Morgridge Institute for Research. “Imaging is so important during cancer research...

Source

Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Writing, Reporting, Editing, Video

Year

2018
Katie Overmyer, a researcher in the Coon Lab and a Morgridge Postdoctoral Fellow, is leading an exploration of the molecules in synovial fluid, the joint fluid that becomes inflamed in osteoarthritis. She’s hoping to better understand the molecules in order...

Source

Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Video

Year

2018
Blue Sky Science is a weekly Q&A video series that gives the public a forum to pose curiosity-driven questions about science. The project is a collaboration of the Morgridge Institute for Research and the Wisconsin State Journal. How do seedless plants...

Source

Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Videography, Writing, Editing

Year

2017
Many life-changing discoveries have come from unexpected places. Scientific studies on the fruit fly catapulted our understanding of human genetics. E. coli led to applications for pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. Genes involved in cell division and cancer growth were first discovered...

Source

Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Writing, Videography (flockhouse virology video)

Year

2017
Blue Sky Science is a weekly Q&A video series that gives the public a forum to pose curiosity-driven questions about science. The project is a collaboration of the Morgridge Institute for Research and the Wisconsin State Journal. “How does your brain...

Source

Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Videography, Writing, Editing

Year

2017
Blue Sky Science is a weekly Q&A video series that gives the public a forum to pose curiosity-driven questions about science. The project is a collaboration of the Morgridge Institute for Research and the Wisconsin State Journal. “Why is light faster...

Source

Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Videography, Writing, Editing

Year

2016
From artist to microbiologist, Desirée Benefield has always been a very visual person. Before she was in graduate school studying the structure of bacterial toxins, Benefield was a glass blower. “I was pleasantly surprised to see that there was a...

Source

Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Videography, Writing, Reporting

Year

2016
Christopher Taylor has the hands of a musician, his fingers most at home striking the keys of a piano, and an analytical mind honed by years of computer programming. Now after tackling his latest endeavor, Taylor can also call himself...

Source

Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Reporting, Writing, Videography

Year

2016
Blue Sky Science is a weekly Q&A video series that gives the public a forum to pose curiosity-driven questions about science. The project is a collaboration of the Morgridge Institute for Research and the Wisconsin State Journal. “What is 3D printing?”...

Source

Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Videography, Writing, Editing

Year

2016