Political posters was the subject of Dr Chris Burgess’ s PhD. Chris’ s analysis culminated in an exhibition of a selection of posters in 2012 at Manchester’s People’s History Museum with funding from the AHRC. The Museum has more than 12,000 posters in its archives. In this film Chris provides some insight into the messages […]
Behind the scences
University of Nottingham Vice-Chancellor David Greenaway takes us on a tour of the ground-breaking research in basic and applied physical sciences and how different technologies will help the UK achieve growth and international excellence. This film was commissioned by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council reflecting their £150 million investment in strategic research at Nottingham. Nottingham’s Nano […]
The Hajj is the pilgrimage to Mecca. It is incumbent upon Muslims to go on Hajj once in their lifetimes. British Museum curator Venetia Porter talks us through her stunning exhibition in this film commissioned by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Saudi artist Ahmad Maatar’s ‘Magnetism’. A tiny magnet. […]
This film was made a part of a series on the science behind sport for the Royal Institution and Research Councils UK. Modern athletics draws on a huge variety of cutting-edge research to push the boundaries of achievement. In the dramatic setting of Sheffield’s EIS, Team GB legend Roger Black […]
This film follows the work of Professor Simon Lovestone and a dedicated team at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London. Every year the IOP open their doors to the public to look at different research areas tackling Alzheimer’s. We made this film about the day and a series of […]
New software has been developed that gives drummers the freedom to speed up or slow down the pace of the music with any pre-programmed material following their lead. It means that drummers will no longer have to keep time with a click track and the set beat of pre-recorded tracks […]
A short film illustrating the broad range of research and business activity we have helped to communicate across the UK.
Three new UK research centres will find new ways to use broadband and GPS technology to help disadvantaged groups participate in the UK digital economy.