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3 Secrets About Ancient Earth, Hidden in Marine Fossils

SciShow

Fossils can provide clues to the conditions that ancient species lived in, like what their environments felt like, how deep in the water some species lived, or even how long the Sun was out!
Introducing Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

Introducing Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

Introducing Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

Matter exists as elements, compounds and mixtures. But what are the differences between these three forms? Using straightforward images and diagrams and commonplace examples, this video introduces students to how elements, compounds and mixtures...Show More
Arctic Warming

Arctic Warming

Climate Change Solutions

The oceans absorb 90% of the heat from greenhouse gasses, causing ever more ice to melt.
How More Water Vapour Triggers Record Storms, Unsurvivable Heat

How More Water Vapour Triggers Record Storms, Unsurvivable Heat

Climate Change Solutions

Water vapour is the most abundant greenhouse gas: more of it means more extreme weather.
Solving Climate Change with R&D and Civic Action

Solving Climate Change with R&D and Civic Action

Climate Change Solutions

Smart strategies like research & development and targeted civic action are very effective ways to stop climate change.
How Governments Encourage Renewable Energy and Electric Cars

How Governments Encourage Renewable Energy and Electric Cars

Climate Change Solutions

The most effective policies for cutting emissions from the electricity and transportation sectors, the two largest sources of CO2e.
Global Temperatures Are Rising at Unprecedented Speed

Global Temperatures Are Rising at Unprecedented Speed

Climate Change Solutions

Atmospheric scientist Dr Jennifer A Francis explains that the rate of temperature rise we are experiencing is unprecedented and can only be caused by human activity.
Smart City Design & Efficiency

Smart City Design & Efficiency

Climate Change Solutions

How to intelligently design and build cities to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Introducing Climate Change Solutions

Introducing Climate Change Solutions

Climate Change Solutions

A new series exploring the tools, techniques, and policies to achieve net-zero CO2e emissions and prevent the worst effects of climate change.
How to Decarbonise Methane, Cement & Industry

How to Decarbonise Methane, Cement & Industry

Climate Change Solutions

How to cut emissions from the industrial, methane "natural gas", and cement manufacturing sectors.
Carbon Pricing Explained

Carbon Pricing Explained

Climate Change Solutions

Why cutting CO2e requires pricing carbon.
Adapt or Die

Adapt or Die

Life in the Sea

In order to survive, every form of life needs to be adapted to its habitat. A ‘habitat’ is the environment or place where an organism lives. And being ‘adapted’ means being well suited or fitted to live there. Otherwise there is no future...Show More

The Real Science of Forensics

SciShow

In this episode of SciShow, we’re going to investigate a murder. But first, we’re going to have to learn all about forensics, the use of science in criminal law -- and the real-life version is a little different from what you might see on TV.

7 Things We Don’t Know About the Ocean

SciShow

The ocean covers 70% of the planet, but humans still don’t know very much about it. In this episode, Hank discusses seven mysterious ocean topics.

Glow On (Varying Brightness of Stars)

Crash Course Kids: Introduction to Stars

So, have you ever wondered why some stars are brighter than others? You might think it's because they're closer to us, but that's not the whole story?

Over (to) the Moon (Gravity on Large Masses In Space)

Crash Course Kids: Introduction to Gravity

Do you want to be an astronaut? Would you like to someday walk on the moon? Well, you better learn a little about gravity so you can escape from Earth and head into space. Today, Sabrina chats with us about what it takes to get to the moon!

Current Events (Air Currents)

Crash Course Kids

What are air currents? Air currents are like rivers of wind caused by areas of high and low pressure.The air above the land is warmer and less dense, so it rises. The air over the water is cooler and heavier. The cool air rushes in toward the...Show More

Weather Channels

Crash Course Kids

Why is my weather app sometimes wrong? Well it has a lot to do with wind. Jet Streams, air cells, the shape and movement of the Earth... there are a lot of things that make weather a little unpredictable.
Our Solar System

Our Solar System

Real World Science

Satellite footage, telescopic photos and animation are used to teach students about the many fascinating aspects of our solar system. Viewers are introduced to ancient astronomers, telescopes, observatories and space exploration. Students will...Show More
Rocks and Minerals

Rocks and Minerals

Real World Science

This visually exciting programme explores the world of rocks and minerals and shares what he learns with viewers. Combing animation with live video footage, the programme demonstrates how rocks are formed and how they change. Students will learn...Show More
Our Sun

Our Sun

Real World Science

Through telescopic video and photos combined with animated graphics, students will learn about the layers of the sun and its effects on earth, the moon and all the objects in our solar system and the universe.

Gluten

SciShow

Gluten is a sticky protein composite found in cereal grains. Hank gives us some insight into the importance of gluten in history, as well as its impact on health in our own time.
Second Solar System Discovered

Second Solar System Discovered

Astrophysicists have discovered what is essentially a second solar system, containing seven planets - which is more than any other known planetary system - and three of the planets have orbital periods of 331, 211, and 60 days, similar to those...Show More
Saturn’s Weirdest Ring

Saturn’s Weirdest Ring

Exploring the effects of objects passing through Saturn's ring.
The Moon's Incredible Evolution

The Moon's Incredible Evolution

NASA's two most recent videos of our moon are absolutely amazing. One is a simulation of the moon's evolution and the other is a narrated history of the rock.