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Carlos Eyles is a 72-year-old ocean photographer, author, and free diver. In Still, we accompany him into the ocean, as he describes his intimate relationship with the marine world. Reflecting on a realm that is still within the province of the unknown, Eyles illuminates how profoundly wondrous it is to live within the great scheme of life.
Directors: Ruby Stocking, Jose Tadeu Bijos, Michael Barth, and Pasqual Guiterrez
Produced by Dodge College
Ecology and environmental sciences
Life in one of Canada’s northernmost villages, where the land is sinking into the sea
Revisiting ‘Powers of Ten’ – what we’ve learned about the Universe since 1977
It’s a massive, winged Cretaceous beast – could a human ride one?
History of technology
Behold as a mechanical foghorn in Shetland awakes from its year-long slumber
Philosophy of mind
Embodied cognition seems intuitive, but philosophy can push it to some strange places
Models capture the world-warping physics of what happens when stars meet black holes
The astonishing resonances between patterns in nature, microscopic and cosmic
Workplace diversity isn’t just about equality – it’s a competitive advantage
Computing and artificial intelligence
Who, exactly, authored this AI-generated spin on Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo?