Friday, 26 November 2010

Want to see backstage?

This is a quick post to tell you all about a pretty exciting project I'll be working on for the next few months.

I hope you'll be joining me.

It's called Backstage Science.

Basically I'm going to be making my style of videos about some of the UK's biggest and best science facilities.

It will include particle accelerators (like the pictured Diamond synchotron), super computers and amazing labs where space instruments are made.

If you've enjoyed projects like Sixty Symbols and periodicvideos, I'm sure you'll love this too.

If you're a social media type, please support it by following us in the various ways available.

You can subscribe on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/BackstageScience (and click subscribe if you're a YouTuber)

Follow the project on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BackstageSci

And we're on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Backstage-Science/162175370490937

The project is being backed by The Science and Technology Facilities Council, which is responsible for most of these amazing places we'll be visiting.

Thanks to those following already - your views, feedback and comments is what makes these projects possible.

There'll be plenty more information coming as the films are made, but in the meantime here's a little teaser I quickly put together before we all go "backstage"!

(It's not really what the videos will be like, but is just a video to show for now!)

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