Presented by Sir David Attenborough, The Green Planet takes viewers on a journey into the hidden world of plants, to experience it from their perspective and on their timescale.
“Each year, the College of Engineering selects one exceptional engineering faculty member as a recipient of the da Vinci Fellowship. The Fellowship includes a one-time grant of $10,000 made possible by donors to the college’s da Vinci Circle.
“I have had the opportunity to work with Jim for more than 20 years,” said CHEE department chair Kim Ogden. “He is an established scholar in the field of bioremediation with over 290 peer-reviewed publications in high impact journals, and he is truly committed to ensuring the success of his students and the next generation of engineers.””
Alan and John, principals for Davis De Dios Media, are honored as Champions of Lights for Light & Motion. Here are some of their pieces.
Kelly O., a US Army veteran, talks about how Tactile Medical’s FlexiTouch system saved his life from lymphedema.
DDM provides cinematography and lighting services to Bruce Dorn’s take on the ‘Clan of the Cave Bears’ for ARRI: The Motion Picture Company’s Centennial video promoting their powerful Skypanels.
Dr Jonathan Sprinkle’s research on autonomous vehicles precedes the public rollout by Tesla and Google by a few years.
The Sacramento Zoo supports okapi conservation research in South America, along with many other conservation work for other vulnerable and endangered species that call the zoo its home.
Alan Davis, Davis De Dios partner and cinematographer, captures some detailed shots of Ian Holt in the cock pit of the helicopter.
‘Brucie Interrupted’ is a Canon USA commissioned web series for which Davis De Dios Media serve as the main production team, providing cinematography, photography, editing, casting, and more.
Gila monsters are unique to the Southwestern United States and its beaded black and orange skin is iconic to the desert. National Geographic producers explore the dangers they face with a warming climate.