Science on Air and on Screen – Student Videos

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As part of our Science on Air and on Screen module, students on the MSc in Science Communication develop video features about a scientific subject. They choose the subject and how they are going to tackle it and are then given guidance by our staff – they also get to edit their films at the editing and facilities house Films@59 in Bristol. Here are some of the fantastic videos they have created.

How to hunt for fossils with Antony Poveda, Estelle Cheuk, James Riley, Jennifer Casebow and Thomas Gilby
Get started in astronomy with a little help from Andy Robinson, Andrew Glester, Deborah Barber, Laura Duncan, Louisa Garbett and Marwa Almadani
How our lives are impacting on the River Avon from Rosie Young, Richard Cleal, Harriet Croome and Mae Dorricott
The science of lambs from Hannah Conduit, Mark Berry, Nicole Caplin, Gemma Hallam, Sinead Harold, Emma Salkeld and Wilasinee Triyarat
New Life to Old Bones from: How new imaging technology is helping to resurrect fossils by Jake Foster, Mollie Atherton, Dominic Haigh, Ellen Woodward, Rhianna Harman and Sam Ridgeway

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