Dropped in a remote location with nothing but their wits and the wilderness around them, five scientists are challenged to use their ingenuity and scientific know-how to overcome the elements.
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See dragonflies as you have never seen them before - before their preferred habitat in and around water diminishes forever. How do dragonflies capture their prey? How do they mate in the air? How do the predatory larvae develop? How does the fully grown insect emerge?
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Search for answers to fascinating science questions by carrying out huge experiments and attempting seemingly impossible challenges. Along the way, watch as they create some amazing devices to help explain the science.
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The series features groundbreaking energy policies from around the globe - ethanol fuel industry, energy-saving transportation industry, solar and wind power, bio-gas, and two controversial, yet promising energy alternatives - nuclear power and carbon sequestration.
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All of the most powerful machines with the most advanced capabilities couldn’t be built without a very basic tool - the human hand. From satellites to nuclear submarines and jet engines, uncover the engineering secrets to building tomorrow’s technologies.
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At a time when science was revolutionizing our understanding of the world, two men at the centre of it all came together to confront the status quo. Discover how the unexpected friendship between astronomers Johannes Kepler and Galileo Galilei changed history.
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Intervention Architecture explores architecture that creates positive change economically, culturally, environmentally and socially, tracking 5 diverse winning projects from wetlands restoration, the revitalization of a heritage site, to setting up a bridge school.
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Join us as we venture into the science labs across the world and learn about the latest ground-breaking technologies!
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Taking a format that sails between documentary and fiction, this series brings its content to a colour in a different way covering anthropological, cultural or psychological attributes of that particular colour.
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It’s hard to imagine life without electricity. But it was not very long ago that we began to understand what it is exactly. Discover the history and look into the future of electricity in this three-part series presented by the theoretical physicist Jim Al-Khalili.
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