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People's Choice Award

Watch the 15 shortlisted films (some may require the password below the image) and select your favourite film HERE

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Life in the Infrared On the scientific uses of infrared monitoring and its diverse application potential, from volcanology to thermoregulation of arctic animals.
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Biology Meets Subduction     PASSWORD - NoLabCoatRequired

Biology Meets Subduction is a multidisciplinary field initiative to understand the interaction between microbes and the deep carbon cycle at subduction zones.
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Biosignatures in a Minute Asks the vital question, 'are we alone in the universe?' This video was produced by Dr Benjamin Moorhouse and Dr Sarah Rugheimer about Sarah's cutting edge research on biosignatures.
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A Sweet Chemical Analysis On the use of bees and honey as a means for sampling trace metal impurities and sources of contamination in a local region.

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Alien                            PASSWORD - ALIEN A film on the telescopic search for alien life and habitable worlds.
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The Geologists are Coming! A light-hearted song on the serious business of being a geologist.
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Paleodul PALEODUL, an international multidisciplinary project composed of scientists from more than ten universities and research centers, and led by the University of Granada, analyzes the biological, physical and chemical signals that
have been recorded in the sediments deposited in the Alpine lakes of the Sierra Nevada and in the peat bog of El Padul.
The study has been able to corroborate the impact of man's action on the environment, which has become evident for 3900 years due to an increase in the frequency of fires and the presence of lead contamination caused by mining. Growing presence of olive cultivation in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada and repopulation with pine in the last decades
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Atoms to Volcanoes A film on how microscopic atomic interactions affect macroscopic phenomena, such as volcanoes.
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Emerging Contaminants in the Environment Thallium is toxic. Since Thallium is a by-product of mining processes
and is transferred into natural water and soil supplies, it is important to identify Thallium concentrations in food plants and water respectively.
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Ralph and the dinosaurs             PASSWORD - ralph1227 An animated film on palaeontology, specifically the vulcanodon. It discusses the scientific method that palaeontologists use to solve problems such as missing bones.

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Peeking into Permafrost  

View At    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUVwDqjxBXE

USGS looks at erosion on the coastal bluffs of Alaska and investigates the impact on erosion rates from climate change and rising temperatures as well as increased glacial melt.
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The Quest for Another Earth This film ponders the age old question of whether we are alone in the Universe, and explores a recently discovered exoplanet, Kepler-186f, which is 500 light years from Earth and has been called an “Earth-cousin” by astronomers because of its similarity to Earth.
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Volcanic Infrasound       PASSWORD - 0hz Monitoring volcanic infrasound as eruptions unfold can contribute to the safety and efficiency of civil aviation in Southeast Asia. "Volcanic Infrasound" presents an overview of techniques to monitor remote volcanic activity.
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DIAGNOSTIC             PASSWORD - CEMYC

A fun film, gently poking fun at the common malady of ‘serious alteration in higher cognitive functions’.
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WHAT WEEE ARE - WEEEdroponics Planting the Seeds, growing the future. Technology pervades every aspect of our lives: the way we move... the way we work... the way we meet and communicate… how we make love and what we eat...

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