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Docusciences: Films Made by Doctoral Students on Their Thesis Topics

The main goal of the DocuSciences project was to ask doctoral students at the École Doctorale Sciences de la mer et du littoral (EDSML) to produce a video to explain the subject of their thesis.

The students were able to develop their autonomy through the use of scientific outreach tools. 12 doctoral students were able to design a script based on their research issues, while selecting the people to be interviewed and the filming locations.

The doctoral students then learnt how to use video editing to produce a highly professional end result. This theoretical and technical knowledge is undeniably an additional asset for these future professionals when it comes to communicating their research to a wide audience.

Videos from the October 2021 session:

“Paleoreconstruction du littoral” breton by Ophélie David and Clarisse Hayoun

“The pathobiome project” by Sebastian Metz (English version)

“Anchois, sardines, changement d’échelle pour les poissons” by Clara Menu

“Historade, histoire de la rade de Brest” by Lucas Bosseboeuf

Videos from the May 2021 session:

“Projet Mascoet : la coquille Saint Jacques face aux algues toxiques” by Margot Deleglise et Jose Corona

“Anticiper globalement et adapter localement” by Joana Roussillon and Babakar Sane

“Bras de fer pour vaincre l’hémochromatose” by Rim Debbiche and Guillaume Ba

“Le chant de l’océan” by Mathilde Gigot