test tube babesFollowing their international science award last year for Innovative Use of Technology in Science Learning from the University of Sheffield, twin sisters, Alice and Clara Wade (LVI), have won a second award in Australia with their short film, Test Tube Babes

The girls entered the film (written and directed by Alice and 'starring' Clara) into the Australian SCINEMA International Science Film Festival competition, where it won the Special Jury Award (http://scinema.australiascience.tv)

Along with the other winners, their film will tour Australia as part of their National Science Week this summer  -  a tremendous achievement for the girls.  The Festival bills their films as follows: 'Two sisters that are the outcome of IVF, explain the amazing science of reproductive biology with wit and charm...You’ll never look at a paw-paw the same way again!'

SCINEMA International Science Film Festival is the largest science film festival in the southern hemisphere, celebrating the power of moving image to tell stories about the world, how it works and our place in it. Now in its 14th year, SCINEMA showcases science features, shorts, documentaries, animated and experimental films from filmmakers around the world and premieres at Palace Cinemas in major cities across Australia during June 2017.

To view Test Tube Babes, please click here.