NANOYOU film awarded the Best Short Film prize at the 2010 SCINEMA Festival!

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Last August the Cambridge Nanoscience Centre took the NANOYOU film to SCINEMA, a Festival of Science Film Competition that has been taking place in Australia since year 2000.

The NANOYOU film was the winner for the Short Film category of this edition of the festival, which registered a high participation with the submission of over 400 films from 35 different countries.

SCINEMA is a science film, video and multimedia festival which aims to promote and raise the public level of science as well as forgeing new links between the sciences and the arts. It has explored ways to enhance communication to raise public and stakeholder excitement and trust in science through the medium of film.

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