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Skin
Harrison investigates the stuff that holds us in: skin. He finds out the science behind scabs and bruises, and makes fish-monster scales.
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Explore the human face in this three-part series, from facial recognition to our expressions, through to the processes of remodelling the face. Find out what doctors have discovered in their fascinating new research and watch as patients share their personal stories.
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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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e² Transport examines sustainable transportation alternatives, introducing a broad range of ideas to address the crises of automobile culture and fossil fuel dependence: from existing technologies, to long-term urban planning, to economic incentives.
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The Time Compass showcases significant historical events in a humorous and easy to understand style. From Ancient Egypt to Classical Greece and India…rediscover the world’s incredible history in a fun and amusing way!
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SciQ introduces a younger audience to science through adventure. What is the future of living underwater? How does the magic of movie making work? How does a detective investigate a crime scene? Explore a wide range of topics with our young hosts, Andrew and Paula.
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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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Many artists paint portraits of people they know. But the artists remain hidden. Now, in this entertaining animated series, the artists and their lives are portrayed. Meet some of the most inspired artists the world has ever known, from Michelangelo to Mary Cassatt.
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Scientists estimate there are between 3 and 30 million animal species on Earth, and most of them we don’t even know about. But that doesn’t stop our hosts from traveling the globe to find some of the most peculiar, even brilliant animals out there.
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Everyone can create art. To be an artist, all you need is an imagination, a few tools and some helpful tips, and you’re on your way. Discover how lines, shapes and colors, along with the tools of the trade, can help you turn your ideas into great art.
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This two-part series documents the decoding of the entire human genome in 2000. Demonstrates how decoding the genome has led us to begin to understand the very process by which our DNA makes us different.
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