Marie Curie Actions: Chemical Party

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To encourage student enrollment in scientific fields of study, the European Union set up the Marie Curie Action to provide services and aids to science students—except weren’t signing up for the program either.  The EU ultimately turned to the wiles of the media industry to help enlist science students and, voila, out came a snappy :90 spot about a chemical attractions party metaphor.
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Date
May 29, 2008
Client:
European Union
Agency:
Media Consulta Berlin
Agency Producer:
Till Dreier
Producer:
Matt Buels
Producer:
Tim Nunn
Producer:
Camilla Wilson
Director:
Roderick Fenske
Production:
Hungry Man
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