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Genetically Modified Mosquitoes

Genetically Modified Mosquitoes

James Barrat

Larvae – Population Assays

Larvae – Population Assays

Justin Blau

Rat Film

Rat Film

Theo Anthony

Consider the Ant

Consider the Ant

Emily Fraser

Is there enough soil to feed a planet of cities?

Is there enough soil to feed a planet of cities?

Roberto D’Autilia,Giulio De Bonfils,Alessandro De Simone,Valerio Palma

The Sulfur Butterflies

The Sulfur Butterflies

Robert Silberglied & Orley R. Taylor Jr.

Deep Weather

Deep Weather

Ursula Biemann

Meta 3,1/Km²

Meta 3,1/Km²

Sandro Bocci

Chasing Cuckoos

Chasing Cuckoos

Toby Smith

Cyanobacteria

Cyanobacteria

Danielle Parsons

Ecology Modeling, Round 1

Ecology Modeling, Round 1

Joel Simon

Ecology Modeling, Round 2

Ecology Modeling, Round 2

Joel Simon

Anima non Grata

Anima non Grata

David Villemin

Dans la joie et la bonne humeur (With Joy and Merriness)

Dans la joie et la bonne humeur (With Joy and Merriness)

Jeanne Boukra

Don't Swim After Lunch

Don't Swim After Lunch

Jens Blank

The Fall

The Fall

Boris Labbé

Small Lake on Rainy Day

Small Lake on Rainy Day

Dennis Hlynsky

Downside Up

Downside Up

Peter Ghesquiere

Agophobia

Agophobia

Benjamin Ross Hayden

Territory

Territory

Eleanor Mortimer

Living Fossil

Living Fossil

Sean Hanley

Flores

Flores

Jorge Jácome

There Was Once a Bitter Bastard

There Was Once a Bitter Bastard

Tristan Newcomb

Man with a Movie Camera

Man with a Movie Camera

Dziga Vertov

Inside the Shared Life

Inside the Shared Life

Erin Espelie

How to Found an Ant Colony

How to Found an Ant Colony

Danielle Parsons

Guardabosques - Guardians of the Forest

Guardabosques - Guardians of the Forest

Mari Cleven

Drexciya

Drexciya

Akosua Adoma Owusu

The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection and Adaptation

The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection and Adaptation

Sarah Holt

SUB: Are hipsters becoming a subspecies of humans?

SUB: Are hipsters becoming a subspecies of humans?

Charlotte Rabate,Sergio Botero

Drexciya

Drexciya

Simon Rittmeier

Insects in the City: can cities save our bees?

Insects in the City: can cities save our bees?

Barry J. Gibb

Nation Estate

Nation Estate

Larissa Sansour

Descent

Descent

Peter Burr,Mark Fingerhut,Forma

Life Cycle of Toxoplasma Gondii

Life Cycle of Toxoplasma Gondii

Rachel Mayeri

Human Development: Day 6 to 14

Human Development: Day 6 to 14

Gist Croft

Living Imaging of Two Cell Populations in the Drosophila Eye

Living Imaging of Two Cell Populations in the Drosophila Eye

Chimera: Reality or Myth?
Chimera: Reality or Myth?
Alexis Gambis17 January 2017
Adding Film to the Science Syllabus (Part 1)
Adding Film to the Science Syllabus (Part 1)
Madison Moore19 February 2017
Can we capture the sublime? On fireflies, shrinking habitats, and the possibilities of film and video
Can we capture the sublime? On fireflies, shrinking habitats, and the possibilities of film and video
Kirsten Strayer22 March 2019
Intimacy and Catastrophe: How film frames climate change
Intimacy and Catastrophe: How film frames climate change
Kirsten Strayer4 December 2017
Imagined Worlds
Imagined Worlds
Christina Lu19 August 2018
Visual Speculations and The Cyclic Path
Visual Speculations and The Cyclic Path
Sandro Bocci30 January 2017
Scavenging Sustenance: Man vs. The Man
Scavenging Sustenance: Man vs. The Man
Amanda Hammett28 July 2018
Human-Robot Connection
Human-Robot Connection
Nathalie Launder25 April 2019
The Fukushima Disaster: Nuclear Trauma Lingers On
The Fukushima Disaster: Nuclear Trauma Lingers On
Kelly Belter21 November 2017
Augmented Escapism
Augmented Escapism
Elaine Viceda4 March 2018
Adapt or Die?
Adapt or Die?
Jake Richardson21 May 2018
The X X Files Series Pays Tribute to Women in Science
The X X Files Series Pays Tribute to Women in Science
Nate Dorr19 June 2017
Fracking, Hurricanes, Rising Seas, Leadership, and Climate Change
Fracking, Hurricanes, Rising Seas, Leadership, and Climate Change
Jake Richardson7 October 2018
Adding Film to the Science Syllabus (Part 2)
Adding Film to the Science Syllabus (Part 2)
Madison Moore26 February 2017
What's Emerged from the Symbiosis Competition at the 12th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival
What's Emerged from the Symbiosis Competition at the 12th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival
Alexis Gambis27 October 2019
Attuning to Changing Planetary Conditions
Attuning to Changing Planetary Conditions
Ursula Biemann2 January 2017
Envisioning Future States With Science Fiction
Envisioning Future States With Science Fiction
Larissa Sansour, Søren Lind10 February 2017
Stories from the the Edge of the Map
Stories from the the Edge of the Map
Toby Smith27 February 2017
Cinematographic Voyages into Sensory Chaos
Cinematographic Voyages into Sensory Chaos
Rachel Field28 October 2017
Science and Film as Instruments for Scrutinizing Our World
Science and Film as Instruments for Scrutinizing Our World
Toma Peiu 22 November 2016
Visions of the Future: The Artist Depiction Series
Visions of the Future: The Artist Depiction Series
Alexis Gambis27 February 2019
Becoming Animal: Cinemas of transformation
Becoming Animal: Cinemas of transformation
Kirsten Strayer7 March 2019
Imagining the Future in the Global South
Imagining the Future in the Global South
Kirsten Strayer29 June 2017
Cyber Nations: An Interview with the director of .TV
Cyber Nations: An Interview with the director of .TV
Amanda Hammett28 October 2018
Films for the Non-Human Demographic
Films for the Non-Human Demographic
Rachel Mayeri4 December 2016
 Microscopic Melodramas, A Surrealistic look at Our Oceans in Peril
Microscopic Melodramas, A Surrealistic look at Our Oceans in Peril
Mara G. Haseltine7 May 2017
7 Ways to Promote #ScienceMatters in Your Daily Life
7 Ways to Promote #ScienceMatters in Your Daily Life
Edward Shepard5 December 2016
Landscapes & Language of the Anthropocene
Landscapes & Language of the Anthropocene
Erin Espelie28 June 2017
Keeping Time
Keeping Time
Nick DelRose9 February 2018
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