Tag: seeds

Directed by Aneesh Chaganty, this story of a guy traveling back home to India to surprise his mom with a special message was shot entirely on Google Glass.

This film focusses on the potential uses locked inside the billion seeds stored at the Millennium Seed BankĀ at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The fact that a place like this exists is pretty extraordinary.

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WIRED has a look inside the Svalbard Global Seed Vault which I wrote about previously. Photographer Dornith Doherty ventured into giant, secluded underground vault and had a first-hand look at the more than 10,000 seed samples housed inside. The freezing temperatures inside the vault locked up her digital SLR but her handy 4×5 camera worked […]

CP linked to this amusing video and animation from Oscar winner Jessica Yu about the misconceptions of conception that people are told when they are young. Jessica interviews adults and asks them to recall their stories and fears about how people got pregnant and had babies. Some of the stories are very funny. Just watch […]