Scenes is a collection of moving images that showcase science research around the world.

Scientists record experiments using moving images. Data captured through time-lapse microscopy, PyMOL analysis, 3D reconstruction, MRI models, EEG brain wave models, animal behavior data and other forms of visual data are often preliminary data or do not provide meaningful results to be including in publications. Beautiful, interesting footage is then lost in labs around the world. Scenes aims to collect this footage and showcase it on the big screen to engage the public with science through the beauty of raw science data. Scenes collects submissions from labs year-round. Please find submission requirements below:

Submission Requirements:

  • 5 minutes or less
  • No Intensive Post-Production (ex: color correction)
  • Preferably little to no trace of human narration or activity unless your lab studies HUMANS.
  • Name of Video: Scenes: #Laboratory, #University/Institute/Company, #City
  • Description of what the data represents
  • Published on Aug 26, 2013

    Scenes | Evolutionary Algorithms & Robots | Josh Auerbach | Morphology, Evolution & Cognition Lab
  • Published on Aug 26, 2013

    Scenes | Xenopus Early Life | Benoit Sorre | Laboratory of Molecular Vertebrate Embryology
  • Published on Aug 5, 2013

    Scenes | Order Out of Chaos | Andrew Zwicker | Princeton Plasma Physics Lab Order out of Chaos
  • Published on Aug 4, 2013

    Scenes - Trailer
  • Published on Aug 2, 2013

    ISF Scenes: Octovia Mondragon - Bacterial Wave
  • Published on Aug 1, 2013

    Development of Fruit Fly Embryo - Amanda Ochoa-Espinosa
  • Published on Jul 16, 2013

    The Fly Room Project - Let the fruit flies speak!
  • Published on Mar 14, 2013

    Chaos in an Atmosphere Hanging on a Wall
  • Published on May 7, 2013

    Cell Division Video (Zygote)
  • Published on Jan 10, 2012

    EB1 and Microtubules
  • Published on Oct 29, 2009

    Buckling fission yeast cells
  • Published on Apr 13, 2008

    GFP Axolotl
  • Published on Feb 11, 2008

    Xenopus embryo development