1. A Chemical Imbalance

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    A Chemical Imbalance, a short book and documentary film which together celebrate female scientists and look at why women are still so under-represented in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics). It aims to highlight some of the persistent challenges still faced by women, and hopes to contribute to the wider debate about how we can progress towards equality. Commissioned by the Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award and The University of Edinburgh. www.chemicalimbalance.co.uk

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    • Royal Society Pfizer Award 2013

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      Our short doc profiling the winner of he 2013 Royal Society Pfizer Prize. Dr Abdoulaye Diabate was awarded the honour for his amazing work on the identification of mosquito swarming habits, which opens up new possibilities for malaria control. We spent a great week in Burkina Faso dodging mosquitoes; fascinating stuff.

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      • At Six: The Poisoner's Guide to Life - Deborah Blum

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        Professor Deborah Blum gives her talk 'The Poisoner's Guide to Life' as part of the At Six series at Te Whare Aparangi, Royal Society of New Zealand. Deborah Blum, a Pulitzer prize-winning science journalist, professor, author and blogger, spoke on her book 'The Poisoner’s Handbook' which explores building of forensic science in both poison homicide and in public health and looks at the ways its lessons helps us navigate our chemical world today.

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        • Q&A - At Six: The Poisoners Guide to Life - Deborah Blum

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          Deborah Blum answers questions following her talk 'The Poisoner's Guide to Life' given as part of the At Six series at Te Whare Aparangi, Royal Society of New Zealand. Deborah Blum, a Pulitzer prize-winning science journalist, author and blogger and she spoke on her book 'The Poisoner’s Handbook' which explores building of forensic science in both poison homicide and in public health and looks at the ways its lessons helps us navigate our chemical world today.

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          • University of Bath : : live event

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            On 20 November 2013, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bath hosted an evening at the prestigious Royal Society in London, to celebrate the support of the University's Alumni and friends. We captured the live event. Filmed, Edited and Graded by The Video Alchemist @VideoAlchemist All original visual and sound recordings belong exclusively to The Video Alchemist Ltd : : Copyright 2009-2014

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            • Royal Society

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              royal society book title intro.

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              • People and the Planet

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                Sir John Sulston chaired the Royal Society, London's report 'People and the Planet' looking at the science behind the pressures population growth and consumption may place on our finite planet. He was in New Zealand thanks to the Royal Society, to give the 2013 Rutherford Memorial Lecture for the Royal Society of New Zealand.

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                • 10x10:6 Prediction is difficult, especially about the future

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                  In this talk – the sixth of the 10×10 Lectures – Robert McLachlan, professor of applied mathematics at Massey University, covers current attempts to grapple with the unpredictable, using such things as chaos theory and supercomputer simulations, and shows how what we really need is to be able to discern just what can, and cannot, be predicted.

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                  • A Chemical Imbalance

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                    A new documentary about science and gender equality. www.chemicalimbalance.co.uk

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                    • Promo of Einstein's Universe

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                      A promo for 'Einstein's Universe' - an evening of science and music, bringing together the brilliance of Einstein's physics with the music he loved with Professor Brian Foster and violinist Jack Liebeck. The event tours New Zealand in July 2013, organised by the Royal Society of New Zealand and Chamber Music New Zealand

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