Right Now on Da Vinci Learning

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Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
Discover the history of Vienna's Natural History Museum as well as explore the museum’s contribution to science across the world!
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Marvi and his friends take the whole family on a journey of educational fun, giving both older and younger an opportunity to learn more about our Earth and its inhabitants - all shown through wonderful nature footage and photography.
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The mystery that has confounded mathematicians for centuries is the riddle that surrounds the distribution of prime numbers. It’s the greatest unsolved problem of mathematics - and whoever cracks it will achieve mathematical immortality!
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Our environment is seemingly becoming more violent and deadly. Can mankind fight back through science and technology? Will we ever be able to tame our violent earth? This is a dramatic mix of science and adventure guaranteed to have you on the edge of your seat.
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Countries are teetering on the brink of bankruptcy. Unemployment is out of control. And anger at the world’s financial system is leading to riots. All this is happening at a time when economists are becoming more influential. Do they really know what they are doing?
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Join the journey to the Antarctic, to the centre of the earth and into outer space, as influenced by Jules Verne’s writings.
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This documentary examines the role that music plays in developing our brains as humans. It looks at the influence of music on premature infants and on growing children, as well as exploring the role of music therapy for hospital patients and the elderly.
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Are factories that don’t emit any pollutants really possible or still a science fiction fantasy? Explore the intriguing ideas of environmentalists and engineers who are working together to make the factory of the future a reality.
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It’s almost impossible to think of something that’s made without the help of mathematics. Mathematics is everywhere. Construction, technology, medicine, transport… all aspects of life rely on numbers, measures, calculations and models. This series of insightful animated shorts illustrates how mathematics, though one big abstraction, makes things possible and real.
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A mysterious genie puts a spell on Munchhausen's most valuable collection of artwork and jewels. Having made each single object disappear, the genie poses a powerful riddle: Why was Da Vinci a real genius? Baron Munchhausen and his colleagues will have to find out.
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Baron Munchhausen hosts a dazzling show, portraying great flashes of genius that irrevocably changed the course of human history and its relationship with nature. In his flying circus he unravels the mystery of an invention that will literally blow your mind.
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