Science Filmmakers Screen Their Final Projects

Five student films screened in Washington Hall. These films represent seven weeks of work and collaboration between eight students in the Filmmaker for Science Students course and professors.

They are:

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The Pollution of Noise. A film by Jamie Hall & Conor MacDonnell. Songbirds are more important to our lives than we thought. And they are under threat from noise pollution.

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The Story of Q-weak. A film by Erin Hayes & Carlos Quintela. Professor Wouter Deconinck discusses pushing the limits of human knowledge.

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Like A Rock. A film by Katie Frye & Kevin Quinlan. What exactly is the importance of Geology and what are the misperceptions of geologists?

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Colorful Collaborations. A film by Lily Rubino and Molly Bashay. Art restoration gets a boost from Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy.

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Bumble Bee Garden. A film by Bernice Chu. Blayton Elementary School builds a garden on school grounds to teach students about growing vegetables and eating healthy.