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Do You Feel Lucky? Headline News

Exclusive Clips: ‘Killers of The Cosmos - The Case of the Death Ray’

“Game of Thrones' star Aidan Gillen takes the audience through the awe-inspiring and sometimes frightening mysteries of space; in the new episode viewers are asked ‘do you feel lucky?’ as the show explores an ominous threat from above – the death of a star likened to a blindfolded sniper with Earth as its target.

The Thrilling Wonders of Science! Headline News

Science Channel’s ‘Killers of the Cosmos’ Premieres September 19

'Game of Thrones' star Aidan Gillen takes the audience through the awe-inspiring and sometimes frightening mysteries of space; using animated drama with input from top experts in the fields of astronomy, astrophysics, biology, cosmology, and planetary science, show presents viewers with an evidence-based investigation of some of science’s most unbelievable wonders.

STEAM Standards Headline News

STEAM Accreditation Program Launched for Toy Industry

The Toy Association and the Good Play Guide start program to evaluate and certify kids’ products based on ‘STEAM’ - Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math criteria; ‘STEAM Stamp of Approval’ can be used for product packaging as well as digital and traditional marketing platforms.

We’re all in this together! Headline News

Epic MegaGrants Passes $60 Million in Support, New Recipients Announced

By supporting nearly 1,000 teams and individuals so far, Epic Games cements commitment to furthering the progress of a range of creators to do outstanding work with Unreal Engine or contributing to open source capabilities for the 3D graphics community.

ITFS Headline News

Stuttgart Festival to Examine the Intersection of Art & Science of Animation at 26th Edition

Running April 30 - May 5, 2019, the 26th Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film will combine science and animation from in the special program ‘She Blinded Me with Science – Science, Games & Animation.’

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Cheer and Loathing in Animation: Episode XXIII - Some Things Are Big (And Some Things Are Small)

Every Friday Chris Robinson unleashes improvised and hastily scribbled cheer or loathing on the animation community to be digested, swallowed or... expelled. This week, he wonders why programmers, curators and audiences are so impatient with long short films.