Summertime – and the science multimedia posts keep coming

By Raymond Nakamura and Lisa Willemse Multimedia subject editors Your Science Borealis multimedia editors are working hard on a virtual patio, sipping cyber cocktails, as we discuss summery science posts involving different media… Raymond: Summer is precious in Canada and combines so many memories of personal experience with a fundamentally scientific concept. I love how […]

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Polar Week 6: Profiles from the Arctic – the making of a web documentary

GUEST POST by Katriina O’Kane APECS member and independent documentary-maker Last summer, my colleague Evan Hall and I travelled to the Polar Continental Shelf Program (PCSP) base in Resolute Bay, Nunavut. Located in one of the northernmost villages in Canada, PCSP is the main research logistics centre in the Canadian high Arctic. The PCSP coordinates […]

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The Multimedia is the Multifaceted Message

by Raymond Nakamura & Lisa Willemse Science multimedia subject editors ‘Multimedia’ almost sounds like a quaint term from the time before the Internet, when you might do a slide presentation accompanied by music on your ghetto blaster. These days, however, many things seem to fit the multimedia moniker. Most of the Science Borealis subject categories […]

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