2019 Eurimages Lab Project Awards

2019 Eurimages Lab Project Awards

The Industry Village awarded its prizes last night in Les Arcs, notably by giving the last Eurimages Lab Award of the year 2019 to the documentary Figures in the Urban Landscape by Ekaterina Selenkina. This Russian project produced by Vladimir Nadein won over the jury composed of Mark Adams (Artistic Director of the Edinburgh International … Read more

Bringing the sun into the lab

Journal Reference: F. Stefani, J. Forbriger, Th. Gundrum, T. Herrmannsdörfer, J. Wosnitza. Mode Conversion and Period Doubling in a Liquid Rubidium Alfvén-Wave Experiment with Coinciding Sound and Alfvén Speeds. Physical Review Letters, 2021; 127 (27) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.127.275001 At 15 million degrees Celsius, the center of our Sun is unimaginably hot. At its surface, it emits … Read more

Finland’s Teemu Nikki and Jani Poso win Haugesund’s Eurimages Lab award

Finlands Teemu Nikki and Jani Poso win Haugesunds Eurimages Lab

The $58,000 (€50,000) Eurimages Lab Project Award at Haugesund’s New Nordic Films has been presented to A Blind Man Who Did Not Want To See Titanic from Finnish director Teemu Nikki and producer Jani Pösö from Helsiniki-based It’s Alive Films. The film is about Jaakko, a wheelchair-bound blind man who wants to make a challenging … Read more

From the oilfield to the lab: How a special microbe turns oil into gases

Journal Reference: Zhuo Zhou, Cui-jing Zhang, Peng-fei Liu, Lin Fu, Rafael Laso-Pérez, Lu Yang, Li-ping Bai, Jiang Li, Min Yang, Jun-zhang Lin, Wei-dong Wang, Gunter Wegener, Meng Li, Lei Cheng. Non-syntrophic methanogenic hydrocarbon degradation by an archaeal species. Nature, 2021; DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04235-2 Enzymes just in case This “miracle microbe” breaks down oil into methane (CH4) … Read more

Eurimages publishes a study on the feasibility, pertinence and design of a Lab Projects support programme

Eurimages publishes a study on the feasibility pertinence and design

16/04/2021 – The research, conducted by Tatino Films on behalf of Eurimages, was compiled over a 100 day-period from November 2020 to February 2021 Eurimages has recently published  a study on the feasibility, pertinence and design of a Lab Projects support programme. The 100-page report, conducted by Lyon-based Tatino Films, is the direct result of … Read more

Using sparse data to predict lab earthquakes

Journal Reference: Kun Wang, Christopher W. Johnson, Kane C. Bennett, Paul A. Johnson. Predicting fault slip via transfer learning. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27553-5 “The very long timescale between major earthquakes limits the data sets, since major faults may slip only once in 50 to 100 years or longer, meaning seismologists have had … Read more

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