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The following videos can be viewed on-line and/or ordered from NATO's Media Library. Videos can be ordered by recognised members of the press and media and educational institutions. All other requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Mélange conversion in Azerbaijan
July 2008 (wmv 14.741Kb)
SPS contributing to defence against terrorism
March 2008 (wmv /11.313Kb)
Virtual Silk Highway in Afghanistan
November 2007 (WMV 20.647Kb)
Removing a hazard in Moldova
June 2007 (WMV 13.430Kb)
Kazakh and UK scientists win prestigious NATO Science Prize
Jean Fournet, Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy awards the NATO Science Prize, to Professor Mukash Burkitbayev (Kazakhstan) and Professor Nick Priest (UK).
March 2007 wmv/40Mb
Video interview with the winners of the NATO Science Prize
Keith Gardner, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Science Co-operation of the NATO Public Diplomacy Division interviews the winners of the NATO Science Prize, Professor Mukash Burkitbayev (Kazakhstan) and Professor Nick Priest (UK).
March 2007
wmv/20,6Mb
Science for Peace and Security Committee
In this video interview, the aim and priorities of the new Science for Peace and Security Committee, which had its first meeting on 20 October 2006, are explained. The panelists talk about the projects that the Committee will undertake and how it differs from its predecessors.
October 2006 English
Melange disposal project launched in Azerbaijan
On 4 July 2006, NATO Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy, Jean Fournet, and the first deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan, Abid Sharifov, officially inaugurated a melange conversion plant in Azerbaijan.
July 2006 WMV/3910Kb
Why a NATO Science programme?
UK representative on the Science Committee, Professor Sir Brain Heap talks about why NATO sponsors scientific cooperation between NATO and partner countries and how the programme is being refocused to tackle today's security threats. He describes some of the specific benefits the programme offers to NATO and partner countries.
March 2005 English
Science in the struggle against terrorism
Italian representative on the Science Committee, Professor Antonino Zichichi, talks about how NATO is promoting scientific collaboration between NATO and partner countries, the benefits this cooperation brings, and how the programme can help contribute to the fight against terrorism.
March 2005 English
Video-interview: Science Partnership Prize 2003

Breakthrough in ophthalmic imaging

Dr. Andrey Larichev (Russia) and Dr. Leonard John Otten (USA) are the joint winners of the 2003 NATO Science Partnership Prize.
October 2003 English
Video-interview

Video-interview with Jean Fournet,
Assistant Secretary General (ASG)
for Scientific and Environmental Affairs -
17 October 2002 -

October 2002

Video-interview
Addressing new threats and challenges -
Deniz Yüksel-Beten

 

October 2002

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