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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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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The documentary ventures beyond the visible spectrum of light into territories we cannot sense without technical equipment. It follows the great pioneers whose genius uncovered the marvels of the electro-magnetic spectrum and took us far beyond the limits of light.
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Since the beginning of time, man has asked how it all began. Physicists at CERN, the European research centre, believe their particle accelerator could help us finally answer this question. So can one machine really tell us about the origins of the universe?
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This computer-animated figure explains Einstein’s theories and research in a simple, straightforward fashion. He has a genius for breaking down the formulas and ideas, explaining concepts and physical laws in an entertaining and accessible way.
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See how new technology can strip away the effects of the atmosphere, giving better images than you can get from space! And join astronomers hunting for exploding stars at the edge of the Universe.
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In this film, experimental physicist Helen Czerksi demonstrates why bubbles are crucial to champagne and how they can revolutionise medicine. From the micro to the macro, she shows how these ‘holes in liquids’ underpin physical, chemical and biological processes.
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Ultimate Aurora follows Ben Longmier and his team into the rugged Alaskan wilderness on their quest to build a whole new type of rocket engine, revolutionising space travel and exploration by harnessing the energy in the dynamic fourth state of matter: plasma.
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From its lofty perch high above Earth’s atmosphere, the Hubble Space Telescope can see both nearby and distant objects with unwavering clarity. Hubble’s breathtaking views of deep space bridge the separate domains of art and science – they not only transmit data, but also form a direct connection between the human spirit and how it imagines the most powerful forces of nature.
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From the award winning team that brought you The Secret Life of Chaos come two new films: Everything and Nothing - which together undertake an epic journey to uncover the true size of everything and the amazing science behind empty space.
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