You can now stream almost all of the Corkbot videos one after the other on YouTube.
Really chuffed this video has grown so popular. Intrigued by exponential growth factors! Is it a matter of being added to Playlists and then played more?
The Corkbots were touched by the loss of Eric Boswell this November, so they dedicated their Christmas video to his honour. Little Donkey was featured by the Daily Edge. Thanks to Ursula O'Reilly Traynor the video has now reached 15,000 views on YouTube, my highest hitting so far!
Professor Corkbot's Cat and the White Spider from Brona McVittie on Vimeo. Further to the adventures of Professor Corkbot's Cat, Riddles the cat now features in a computer game created by Gledsley Muller. Play the predator and learn about how evolution works : Riddles the Cat Computer Game
Amhrán na dTurcaithe (The Turkey Song) from Brona McVittie on Vimeo. Mati Bustani Wood is 6 years old. In August 2010 he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. He has had a tumour removed from his brain and is now undergoing chemotherapy. Mati asked the corkbots to nominate Action Aid as their…
Check out the Corkbots' latest adventures in science. Professor Corkbot and the Wonders of Mitosis from Brona McVittie on Vimeo.
The Corkbot Christmas Card 2009, dedicated to the late Eric Boswell, who wrote the hymn - Little Donkey - to a different tune. Little Donkey from Brona McVittie on Vimeo.
Created by pupils of Exton Primary School, with support from Creative Partnerships, the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre and the Corkbots as part of their continued celebration of Darwin's bicentenary year in 2009. This short film is inspired by experiments Darwin did with earthworms - recreated by Exton Primary School pupils…
In celebration of Darwin's 200th anniversary, February 12th 2009, the Corkbots created a film inspired by the theory of evolution by natural selection Professor Corkbot's Cat and the White Spider from Brona McVittie on Vimeo.
The Corkbot Christmas Card 2008 inspired by a Scots Gaelic nursery rhyme about a snowman. The tune is borrowed from the Irish traditional jig, Kitty lie over. Bodach from Brona McVittie on Vimeo.