The young people of Mozambique face many challenges especially when it comes to their health -- teen pregnancy, malnutrition, education and poverty. The Global Financing Facility is working with the Mozambican government and partners to make a difference. Evolving traveled to Mozambique and filmed in Maputo, Nampula, Nacala.
We are proud to have given a voice to the young people here in this video and to the many we interviewed but could not include because of time.
From atop a hill near Pasadena’s Mt. Wilson, they advanced our knowledge, first revealed by Galileo, that the universe is far more complex and diverse than the stars we see with our naked eye. Part of the Centennial Celebration of the publication, Proceedings of the National Academy, this project is one of three videos based on ‘classic’ PNAS papers.
What happens when a Rwandan scientist wins a competition and an NGO [Global Knowledge Initiative] helps gather a team so they can understand how a ‘stinkbug’ might cause a potato taste in coffee? It means that the country can enter the premium coffee market and lift the income of its people.
The “R” from TRW. He might have become a violinist but instead Si served our country for decades with engineering prowess and a wit unsurpassed. Watching a tennis match will never be the same! Produced for the National Academy of Engineering in concert with the naming of their Founders’ Medal.
SMART Vaccines is a pioneering software decision-making tool to assist the many players in prioritizing vaccine development. This motion-graphics trailer was produced for the Institute of Medicine.
May Berenbaum – a well-known bug-lover and National Medal of Science Laureate. This profile is one of the 267 profiles that Evolving has produced for the National Science & Technology Medals Foundation to highlight the best of our nation’s discoverers and inventors. All profiles can be viewed on our YouTube Channel.
A motion graphic tour in context of a historical timeline and the Presidents that bestowed the Medal.
Parents and young people on the spectrum sharing their stories of living with autism and how the community of Frederick, MD is working to support them by creating a wall with tiles. This production is a community service project of Evolving Communications, completed by Diba Mohtasham and Chris Cordova--2014 interns from the William & Mary DC Summer Institute.