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Approach to Science

Australia, 1964 (MIFF 1965, Scientific Approach)

Director: David G. Corke

In this film, written for secondary school audiences. ihe work of the research scientist is illustrated by two contrasting experiments.

Silver Award, Teaching Category, Australian Film Awards, 1965.

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