The Blast Mosaic

Over the past month or so, we’ve been spending a lot of time with the Blast crew. We’ve had a chance to sit in on their research meetings, watch them set up and perform experiments, interview them and explore their laboratories.

During some of that time, we had a camera with us, and captured dozens of as-yet unseen movies and hundreds of stills, some which we can’t show you for privacy and security reasons, but most that we simply haven’t had a chance to use so far. This video is a chance to share some of what we’ve seen with you.

The sequences loosely show a day of experiments in the lab: working away, setting up the machinery and finally, performing a blast test. We hope you enjoy.

Watch out for next week’s blog, as Ben and Lizzie tackle the ever-important issue of funding.

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