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PAO, PML Receive 2022 Communicators Award of Excellence for Video Animation

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NIST's video "Einstein, Time and Very Small Things - with Jun Ye" received a Communicators Award of Excellence in two categories: Use of Animation for Online Video and Science for Online Video.

Individuals recognized by the AIVA for this video were:

  • Rebecca Jacobson - Scriptwriter and Voiceover Talent
  • Jenny Wang - Animator
  • José Ricardo García - Director
  • Leon Geršković and Robin Materese - Producers
  • Jun Ye - On-Air Talent

This year, the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts (AIVA) received more than 5,000 entries from across the U.S. and around the world.

Einstein, Time, and Very Small Things - with Jun Ye
Einstein, Time, and Very Small Things - with Jun Ye
Small shifts in time mean big changes for how we understand the world. More than 100 years ago, Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity proposed that the gravity of large objects like Earth distort the flow of time. NIST’s newest clock finds Einstein’s theory works on a millimeter scale, narrowing the gap between quantum physics and our larger understanding of our world and the universe.


Created May 11, 2022, Updated January 31, 2023