Science, Technology and Medicine
Kikim's expertise in science, technology and medicine has produced a growing body of work, including a steady output of programs for national public television broadcast as well as a growing number of health-related training videos and DVDs.
The Silicon Valley Story
A three-hour PBS series tracing the epic evolution of this pastoral valley into a dynamo of innovation that has altered nearly every aspect of human life for more than a century.
In Defense of Food
A two-hour program based on Michael Pollanís best-selling book about one of the most important conflicts of our timeóthe one that each us fights every time we sit down to a meal.
The War Against Microbes
A half-hour documentary commissioned by Nobel Media about advances in our understanding of infectious diseases.
Science Bytes is a series of short web videos, based on newly published studies from the Public Library of Science, which highlight discoveries that are shaping our future.
The Body's Secret Army
A half-hour documentary commissioned by Nobel Media about our evolving understanding of the body's immune system.
The Botany of Desire
A two-hour program based on Michael Pollan's best-selling book that tells the story of the relationship between plants and people from the plants' point of view.
UCSF Diabetes Center
The UCSF Diabetes Center recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of its efforts to treat, cure and ultimately prevent diabetes.
The Mystery of Memory
Nobel Media, a subsidiary of the Nobel Foundation, commissioned Kikim Media to produce this half-hour documentary about memory for public television.
Hunting the Hidden Dimension
A film for the PBS series NOVA about brilliant thinkers who created an entirely new mathematical language for understanding the world around us.
My Father, My Brother and Me
A detective journey produced for the PBS series FRONTLINE which tracks the mystery behind Parkinson's disease and the cutting-edge research that may one day lead to a cure.
Ending AIDS: The Search for a Vaccine
Almost thirty years after scientists discovered HIV, they are still trying to create an effective vaccine against the most defiant biological enemy humanity has ever faced. Will their efforts result in a medical miracle that stops the AIDS pandemic?
Toward A World Without AIDS: IAVI's 10th Anniversary
The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative commemorated its 10th anniversary with this video.
Give Me a Lever: Stories of the Tech Laureates
A video for San Jose's Tech Museum of Innovation about entrepreneurs who are using technologies in new and unusual ways to address some of the world's most pressing problems.
Lucile Packard Children's Hospital: Family Centered Care
A training video to help nurses at Stanford's Lucile Packard Children's Hospital understand Family Centered Care and be motivated to implement it.
A one-hour documentary about Frederick Winslow Taylor and the legacy of his ideas about efficiency.
Naked to the Bone
A one-hour documentary about the medical imaging technologies that have revolutionized the way we diagnose and treat illness.
The Next Big Thing?
A one-hour program about the way society has historically shaped the evolution of technology.
Breaking Out of the Box: Discovering the Enneagram
A one-hour program that features the work of Helen Palmer, one of the world's leading teachers of the Enneagram, a system for understanding personality.
Love and Survival with Dr. Dean Ornish
A two-part program that explores how the healing power of love, intimacy and relationships can help us reevaluate how we live and love.
Advanced Corneal Systems
Two short videos commissioned by a start-up company to help explain its product to investors and partners.