During my time at Scientific American, I looked at STEM topics as portrayed in TV, video and film. I can’t just drop that all at once, so will share that topic here from time to time.
Moving Picture Science
5 years ago • Books, Engineering, psivid, Science, STEM • Tags: Academy Awards, Alan Turing, Benedict Cumberbatch, Enigma, Film, flasks, Golden Globes, Kiera Knightly, mathematician, mathematics, movie, Oscars, The Imitation Game, The Innovators, Turing Machine, Walter Isaacson
6 years ago • psivid, Science, Video • Tags: Brett Ryan Bonowicz, eugenics, GATTACA, genomics, Jeff Shaumeyer, Joanne Manaster, Kevin Davies, Misha Angrist, movie, Newport Beach Film Festival, Pew survey, Read Science!, Sci-Fi London Film Festival, science, Scientific American, SOHO Film Festival, The Perfect 46
6 years ago • Books, psivid, Space, STEM, Video • Tags: Apollo 11, Apollo 13, astronaut, books, Buzz Aldrin, Jeff Shaumeyer, Jim Lovell, Joanne Manaster, Lost Moon, Magnificent Desolation, Mary Roach, Michael Collins, Mike Mullane, NASA, Neil Armstrong, Packing for Mars, Read Science!, Riding Rockets, Scientific American, space travel, The Astronaut Wives Club, The Right Stuff, video
8 years ago • Beauty, Nature, psivid, Uncategorized, Video • Tags: Bees, Film, film making, Fotoshop by Adobe, Growing is Forever, iPad, Jesse Rosten, Jim Hutchins, Joanne Manaster, lighting, Redwood, Rob Nelson, Science Online 2012, Scientific American, video, videomaking, Videomaking 101, workshops