Friday, 16 March 2012

A Touch of Ireland

It's St Patrick's Day (on March 17). So why not catch up on the sciencey films we made during a road trip to the Emerald Isle?

To be sure, to be sure, it includes a film about Guinness.

And a film on Ireland's only science Nobel Prize winner (not the one pictured)!

The videos were made for both Sixty Symbols and the Periodic Table of Videos.

They feature two of our Irish stars - Professor Phil Moriarty and Dr Darren Walsh.

PS: I promise it was (just) St Patrick's Day when I published this blog - but my blogs get stamped with the time on the US West Coast!!!


  1. Mini-rant: Brady, IMO you really don't need to justify when exactly you post your videos and blog entries (at least for folks like me). Granted, I can be just as picky as the next guy -- just *try* to talk smack about Pi in my presence -- but seriously some people just need to pull the sticks outta their bums and relax. =)
    Oh, and Happy St. Patrick's Day you awesome Aussie! WOO-HOO!

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