FAAM (the Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurement) is the result of a collaboration between the Met Office(TM) and the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and has been established as part of the National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS) to provide an aircraft measurement platform for use by all the UK […]
This film was made at the headquarters of the International Red Cross in Geneva. The film shows the ICRC reviewing its strategy and direction with the help of Historians and NGO’s over a two day event in October 2015.
30 min feature film on the 20 years of Twins Research at the MRC SGDP King’s College London. The films looks at some of the findings by the TEDS (Twins Early Devolopment Study) team and talks to some of the twins who have been with the study since birth.
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IMS are film makers for HRH The Prince of Wales. This film is one of a series of four illustrating the work of the Prince around the themes of sustainable development and community integration. This film is themed around the built environment. The Prince’s Charities, supported by The Prince’s Charities Foundation, comprises […]
Another film for the new Nation Centre for Universities and Business. The aim of the NCUB is to help universities and businesses work together for the benefit of the UK economy. IMS are building a library of case studies for NCUB featuring innovative university business collaborations. In this film we explore […]
Many people will experience back pain during their lives and a significant number will go on to experience more severe episodes. It’s a major health issue across the world. In the UK it costs around £10 billion a year. Professor Ruth Wilcox and her team are working on ways to […]
This film is a short version of a film made over three days to showcase the IOP’s world leading research base and new facilities for both students and researchers. We aimed to show anyone interested in Psychiatry that the IOP was the leading institution in the UK both to study […]