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  1. Dr Phil Harding: "My best burn"


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    Phil Harding received the honorary degree of Doctor of the University on 24th July 2008. After the ceremony he spoke with John McNabb, Senior Lecturer in Social Prehistory at the University of Southampton.A…

  2. Kite Patch


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    Help make Kite a reality at our Indiegogo campaign - http://igg.me/at/kitepatch/x/3950388

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    • Roger that, Grandma


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      Kristie talks to her grandmother about what it was like to be one of the first female air-traffic controllers at LaGuardia airport.

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      • The Bug Chicks - Indiegogo


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        Two entomologists take a green couch on an epic cross-country trip to film America's awesome bugs.

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        • Dark Sky


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          Music by DEAD HORSE BEATS - www.deadhorsebeats.bandcamp.com www.youtube.com/deadhorsebeats A time lapse series commemorating Jasper National Park's designation as the world's largest Dark…

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          • Ghost Rookeries: Climate Change and the Adelie Penguin


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            The E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation (EOWBF) and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) will be embarking on an exciting new initiative beginning in the summer of 2013. Beginning with "Ghost…

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            • Uncharted Waters – The Personal History of Wayne Lynch


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              Directed by Craig Griffin, Uncharted Waters is a feature length documentary about legendary Australian surfer Wayne Lynch. It traces his upbringing in the seaside town of Lorne on Victoria’s…

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              • Roots of Empire


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                Researchers are exploring the idea that shifting climate may have played a role in the sudden rise of the great Mongol empire, some 800 years ago.

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                • Life on Earth


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                  This Is Biology’s Century Introducing "E. O. Wilson’s Life on Earth," a new digital textbook for high school biology students Our living planet faces unprecedented challenges.…

                • Variables with Kimi Werner


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                  In Variables, Patagonia ambassador Kimi Werner strives to find her place in the ecosystem. She treads the line between predator and prey - eventually discovering balance in an unlikely place. For…

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                  • Just Say No Photo Option


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                    It is easy in nature photography to get fixed on the subject so that you don't recognize the conditions are not right for a good photograph. I offer some easy things to do when that happens for…

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                    • Chaparral Spring SD


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                      Winter flowers are blooming now in the chaparral in Southern California. So spring is not far behind. This is a short celebration of spring in the chaparral, one of the least known, yet very common…

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