Science in Motion is an online multimedia publication.
We bring together scientists and artists from multiple disciplines to tell thoughtful stories about UArizona research and its broader impacts on our global community, culture, and planet. Through motion-arts, we reimagine what science communication can be in the digital age.
We are a small team of storytellers who believe whole-heartedly in slowing down to explore and disseminate scientific research through in-depth, longform storytelling. We are made up of filmmakers, ecologists, designers, earth scientists, illustrators, animators, composers, photographers, and geographers.
Science in Motion is an editorially independent initiative of UArizona’s Biosphere 2, School of Art, and Arizona Institute for Resilient Environments and Societies. We are located in Tucson, Arizona.
Editorial & Design Team
Executive Editor/ Filmmaker
Art Director/ Animator
Chief Creative Advisor
Editor/ Producer/ Environmental Engineer
Dr. Caitlyn Hall
Editor/ Photographer/ Geographer
Data Visualization Artist
Dr. Kevin Bonine
Biosphere 2 Coral Reef Laboratory
Dr. Diane Thompson
Biosphere 2 Rainforest
Dr. Joost Van Haren
Dr. Greg Barron Gafford
Dr. Scott Saleska
Space Analog for the Moon and Mars