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"Life is an unfoldment, and the further we travel the more truth we can comprehend. To understand the things that are at our door is the best preparation for understanding those that lie beyond". - Hypatia

This month on AthenaWeb you will discover a selection of videos that should make you travelling in different realities… Space observations, three science “fictions” made by Taiwanese students, a 3D health game and four conversations with eminent scientists in the hidden world of the molecular biology. From the Infinitely small to the infinitely large, from unrevealed reality to virtual fiction: Welcome on AthenaWeb, Your Science Video Channel!

Photo credit: © European Southern Observatory

 

 

An European Southern Observatory Astronomer at Work!

Life as an ESO astronomer is demanding, but working on one of the world’s most powerful telescopes is also immensely rewarding. In this episode of the ESOcast, come with us as we follow ESO astronomer Henri Boffin through his day-to-day life.

Learn all about what it takes to be a professional astronomer producing top-notch science, and see what it's like working in exotic locations and collaborating with astronomers from around the world.

   
 
 

Videogames: Playing For Health

Researchers have developed a 3D videogame helping people to recognise their emotions and regain self-control. Within the European PLAYMANCER project, it is successfully implemented as complimentary treatment in therapy of Binge Eating Disorder, chronic pain and various addictions.

   
 
 

Hubble spies on the Tarantula Nebula

The Hubblecast's Joe Liske (Dr J) takes us on a tour of the Tarantula Nebula. Bright star forming gas clouds, super star clusters and supernova remnants are just some of the sights in this dramatic region of the night sky.

   
 
 

Three Fiction Films On Popular Sciences Directed by Taiwanese Students

Be inspired by these docu-fiction stories rooted in the Taiwanese society:

1) Alley Three Tunnel Eight
2) Love Addicted
3) Mysterious Disappearance of the Bees

   
 
 

European Molecular Biology Organisation

The famous EMBO contributes to AthenaWeb with four interviews of high –level researchers:

- Jürgen Knoblich
- Nina Corsini
- Javier Martinez
- Adriana Goncalves

   
 

 

Pariscience festival


Register your film now for the next edition of the Pariscience festival, which will take place between 6 and 11 October 2011.


The festival offers 7 different awards worth a total of €28,000. These will be awarded by a grand jury and by juries made up of middle and high school pupils.

To submit a film, you may start by filling in the online form. Afterwards, you will have to send us the pdf file of your registration and the regulation signed, along with 3 dvd copies of the film. The festival is looking for films produced in 2010 or 2011 in screening format Beta S/P PAL or Beta Digital (possibly HD).

Caution: registration deadline: May 15th 2011. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information: +33 (0)1 47 27 10 02 and info@science-television.com.

   
 
 

7th World Conference of Science Journalists 2011


Start date : 27/06/2011 - End date : 29/06/2011 - Town : Doha – Qatar


The World Conference of Science Journalists 2011 moves from Cairo to Doha! Conference dates and discussion topics are still the same, check out the site for the latest details on registration and special rate offers on airfare and accommodations.

   
 
 

ECSITE Annual Conference


Start date: 26/05/2011 - End date: 28/05/2011 - Town: Warsaw, Poland


The 2011 Ecsite Annual Conference comes to Warsaw, Poland, and will be hosted by the brand new Copernicus Science Centre – situated in the heart of Warsaw on the banks of the Vistula River.

This year’s conference offers dynamic sessions, debates, workshops and a range of social events including unique networking opportunities in our Business Bistro.

   
 
 

IDF: Call for Documentary Projects and Films


June 30, 2011 marks the deadline for the following activities of the INSTITUTE OF DOCUMENTARY FILM:


EAST SILVER MARKET - supporting sales and international distribution through festival screenings and TV broadcast (October 25 – 30, 2011 in Jihlava, CZE) The 8th East Silver - accepts completed East European documentaries with English voiceover or subtitles, produced 2010 - 2011.

DOC LAUNCH - supporting festival and theatrical distribution of soon-to-be-released documentaries (October 27 – 28, 2011 in Jihlava, CZE) The Doc Launch presentation showcases outstanding feature documentaries from Central and Eastern Europe slated for theatrical release.

   

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