Edited by Thomas Blackburn & Kat Anderson. Published by Malki Press-Ballena Press (1993) Its all too easy to get so lost in our busy urban lives surrounded by bright MacBook screens and concreted landscapes that we forget humid tropical rainforests and alpine mountain peaks really still exist outside of nature books and TV documentaries.... Read More »Read more »
Finding effective treatments for cancer has been at the forefront of biomedical research for over a century. And for good reason: 42% of premature deaths in the UK are a result of one of the 100+ cancers afflicting humans1. Too rarely, however, do we hear about the progress in oncological research, leading us ever closer... Read More »Read more »
By Simon Moore Wildscreen Festival is a coming together of hundreds of wildlife documentary filmmakers and enthusiasts, where they can openly discuss the challenges and future directions of their industry. Film screenings take place throughout the week, showing off many of the attendees’ most recent productions. It also features the Panda Awards, the Oscars for... Read More »Read more »
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