Projects filed under: Video

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’s the science of...

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Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Videography, Writing, Editing

Year

2015
It can be difficult to define the threshold for when data becomes “big data,” but it is clear that as research technologies become more sophisticated, scientists are collecting and analyzing information that necessitates advanced computing tools. Andy Pohl hopes to...

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Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Videography, Writing, Reporting

Year

2015
Students from rural Wisconsin high schools modeled, sampled, and pipetted their way through lessons on regenerative biology at the Rural Summer Science Camp. “I’ve always thought regenerative research was pretty cool, knowing it’s more of a newer technology,” says Luke...

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Morgridge Institute for Research

Skills

Videography, Writing

Year

2014
“El sol puede ser tuyo” (“The sun can be yours”) was the slogan adopted in 2006 by the Spanish government to encourage small-time investors to buy into solar farms throughout Spain. In the years following, many small-time investors (like Juan...

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U of Navarra, Pamplona

Skills

Videography, Editing, Photography

Year

2014
  • A man wearing a cap of neural or brain sensors stands with the assistance of a robotic exoskeleton device.
Keith Thompson doesn’t remember the night that left him paralyzed. As a police officer, he was called to assist in the pursuit of a stolen vehicle. The car thief T-boned the police cruiser Thompson was driving and sent Thompson’s car...

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Thesis Project, UNC-Chapel Hill

Skills

Reporting, Writing, Graphic Design, Videography

Year

2014
Featured are two different cuts of the same video. In 2014, the conference celebrates its 35th year. The theme is “Innovative Approaches to Youth Health: Engaging Youth in Creating Healthy Communities” and will focus on research and interventions that engage...

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UNC Gillings School of Public Health

Skills

Videography, Editing

Year

2014
Video filmed,edited, produced by Courtni Kopietz, Samantha Harrington, Hetali Lodaya and Anna Starnes. Featured image by Anna Starnes. With its windswept beach and dense maritime forest, Bald Head Island, N.C. is not a conventional classroom. The island is a 20-minute...

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Reese News Lab: stemwire.org

Skills

Writing, Reporting, Videography, Editing

Year

2013