32 scientists-as-filmmakers from all Swiss universities and research centres worked with 10 professional filmmakers in three days (29-31 Nov. ) to produce 9 films.
In the film-making marathon, we train Swiss researchers in tools used in dramatic storytelling and filmmaking to communicate their research, thereby making their science more readily accessible for a broader audience. Course participants learn the basics of visual storytelling and filmmaking and in working in groups supervised by professional filmmakers produceshort films during threeintensive course days.
While concrete is seen as a monotonous voracious green-space eater, it is still one of the central actor of our modern infrastructures. But did you realise that concrete is more than a material and that its quality depends on the use we make of it?
`NO DENIAL` highlights a recent discovery by a team of Swiss Scientists studying the mechanisms behind SARS-Covid-19 viral infection and underlines the necessity of a closer collaboration between scientists and the media to fight against misinformation.
Climate change and humans are destroying habitable spaces for animals every day. Wild Utopia tells the story of Dan, a teenage deer who is searching for his own patch of forest. A journey full of challenges begins. Will he make it?
The Large Hadron Collider at CERN is a human endeavor. It took over two decades and 35000 people globally to unravel how the smallest building blocks of all matter receive mass. In this film, we use Bharatanatyam, an Indian Classical Dance, to illustrate the journey of protons in the LHC.
Everyday communication requires our brains to perform multi-facetted signal processing of highest complexity. In this video we follow the intricate subconscious processes it takes to make even a simple conversation work successfully.