July 2010 Archives



Photos are up!

Last night I posted a few hundred photos from last Friday’s Awards event to our Flickr account. So far the formal team portraits are up (not that many of them are particularly ‘formal’ as such — it looks like photographer Laura Mtungwazi is as mad as you lot). I’ve also sorted through stills from the event and reception, so you’ll find lots of photos of people eating cake and messing about with balloons, and of me looking nervous from earlier in the day.

Still to come are pictures from the ceremony itself, which I’ll sort through as soon as I can. I’ll also get cracking on tagging and titling and all that jazz.

Meanwhile, if you’ve any photos yourself that you’d like others to see, and you’re a Flickr user, tag them with ‘scicast’ and we’ll invite them to the group pool. Or just add them to the pool yourself. Thanks!

I’m off to a conference for a few days, but over the weekend I’ll try to match up people and films, so you’ll see little thumbnails like those below appear over on the main site.

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The winners of the Planet SciCast Awards 2010, as announced at the Awards Ceremony at the Royal Institution on Friday 16th May, were:

Flipside Most Entertaining Film 2010

Best Earth Science and Environment Film 2010

Best Chemistry Film 2010

Award for Technical & Artistic Achievement 2010

EngineeringUK Best Engineering Film 2010

Gratnells’ Best Film from a Science Technician 2010

Institute of Physics Best SciCast Physics (Primary) 2010

Institute of Physics Best SciCast Physics (11-15) 2010

Institute of Physics Best SciCast Physics (16+) 2010

Best Biology Film 2010 (Primary)

Best Biology Film 2010 (Secondary)

Judges’ Awards

Ignition* Best Film from the East Midlands

Future Morph Best Careers Film

Judges’ Special Awards

Best Film 2010

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