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The Shedding Light on Atoms series

How do we know about atoms if we can't actually see them? This is probably the most common question students ask when they study chemistry. The…

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The Shedding Light on Energy series

The 3-part Shedding Light on Energy series allows teachers to teach the topic of energy really easily without actually using much energy! With a…

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The Shedding Light on Motion series

The physics of motion is best taught by actually showing things moving! Diagrams on a white board and pictures in a text book just don't cut it. The…

Abominable Blood

By Serious Lunch Ltd - 2015

Lovely icky red blood. What is it and why do we need it? How does it transport important things around the body? Bob the robot just has his first…

Bulging Brains

By Serious Lunch Ltd - 2015

What is the brain and how does it work? Mark arrives in the studio with a new part of pants - 'Smarty Pants.' He has bought them off the Internet…

Space, Stars, and Slimy Aliens

By Serious Lunch Ltd - 2015

What happens to our bodies in space? Can we live on other planets? Who invented the telescope and how can we make one at home? Mark receives a…

Wasted World

By Serious Lunch Ltd - 2015

Gruesome greenhouse gasses and deadly toxic waste. Why do we recycle and what would happen if we stopped? Is global warming really bad news? The…

The Human Body - Augmented Reality (AR) Book with 2 licenses

By Livit Studios - 2018

Book 1, is a complete gamified journey of the human body. Students can explore all their body organs and functions with an interactive augmented…

Chemical Chaos

By Serious Lunch Ltd - 2015

Explosions, atoms, and fiendish forces that bubble, bang, and bump! What makes things explode? Lucy has made a mistake in the show's script and…

Gruesome Guts

By Serious Lunch Ltd - 2015

Poo, pizza, and disgusting germs! Why do we poo and how does digestion work? Who was Louis Pasteur and how did he help? Mark arrives at the studio…

Microscopic Monsters

By Serious Lunch Ltd - 2015

What nasty invaders live in our homes and on our bodies? Fleas, parasites, worms, and every tiny, disgusting thing in between. Mark can't stop…

Sounds Dreadful

By Serious Lunch Ltd - 2015

Bang, crash, wallop! What is a sound? How do we hear? How do our ears work? Inventor of the telephone Alexander Graham Bell joins the team in the…

Acceleration

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We introduce students to the concept that acceleration is a measure of how quickly something changes its speed. We join James Bond as he falls out of…

Covalent Bonding

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We look at how the atoms of non-metals bond together with covalent bonds to form molecules, introduce electron dot diagrams and structural formulas…

Electron Shells

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We look at how electrons are arranged within atoms in electron shells, and at how the Periodic Table is organised to reflect these arrangements. We…

Energy Efficiency

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We introduce students to the concept of efficiency, which is a measure of how much useful energy you get out of something compared to the amount of…

Forms of Energy

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We introduce students to the different types of energy that affect their lives daily and describe how energy can change from one form to another. We…

Graphing Free Fall

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We continue looking at graphs but pay particular attention to how graphs help us to understand the motion of objects that are either falling straight…

Graphing Motion

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We look at how graphs can help us better understand the motion of athletes and of cars and other things. In a 100-metre sprint, when do athletes…

Ionic Bonding

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We look at how the atoms of metals bond with the atoms of non-metals with what are called ionic bonds. We show how atoms can gain or lose electrons…

Measuring Energy

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We introduce students to the Joule, the unit for energy. We look at how much energy is stored in different foods by comparing apples and oranges…

Newton's First Law

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

Presenter Spiro Liacos is "thrown forward" in a head-on collision, "thrown backwards" when his tram takes off, and "thrown to the side" when his car…

Newton's Second Law

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We answer the most important question that has ever been asked: how does a magician pull a tablecloth out from under a dinner set? No, seriously, we…

Newton's Third Law

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We look at that most poetic of all Laws: For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. How does a rocket engine work? Why do guns recoil…

Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We take a look at the three types of particles that make up atoms and describe how they are arranged within atoms. Using live demonstrations and…

Relative Motion

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We introduce students to the concept that the movement of an object is always relative to something else. We call it "sunrise" but is it really? Can…

Speed

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

Presenter Spiro Liacos introduces students to the concept that speed is a measure of how far something travels in a given amount of time, looks at…

The Periodic Table

By Liacos Educational Media - 2014

We begin by comparing and contrasting metals with non-metals. We then describe how Dmitri Mendeleev, the scientist who devised the first Periodic…

Deadly Diseases

By Serious Lunch Ltd - 2015

From the cruel common cold to shocking smallpox, we cough up the disgusting details of snot, sneezes, and viruses. Lucy arrives at the studio and…

Vicious Veg

By Serious Lunch Ltd - 2015

Flesh-eating plants & dancing flowers are all packed into the show this week. Mark and Lucy both bring in their favourite plant but, as always…

Peace Warrior

By CTV - 2009

Of all the stories to emerge from Canada's mission in Afghanistan, the axe attack on Captain Greene is among the most shocking. Greene, a 41-year-old…

Purpose and Construction of Maps

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

When a map is built, are we showing the physical world, or are we merely projecting our world view onto a piece of paper? Each map has a hidden set…

Science and War

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

Historians debate whether war is essentially destructive or constructive for the development of science. Certainly both world wars used scientists…

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Science and War

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

Historians debate whether war is essentially destructive or constructive for the development of science. Certainly both world wars used scientists…

Science in the Renaissance

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

Using Galileo as an example, this program delves into the ongoing relationship between science and power, and how first the Church, then the nobility…

The Age of Empire

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

As European nations ventured out to grab other lands - and to fight their European rivals in other theatres - they believed they had the right and…

The Challenge of 20th Century Biology

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

The race for the structure of DNA, just over 50 years ago, is a wonderful story of intrigue and personalities, and gives us a very interesting…

The End of Classical Physics

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

Einstein, Planck and other physicists of the early 20th century proposed a world of relativity which stood in sharp contradiction to the certainties…

The Great Bazaar of Science

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

The importance of Arabic thinkers has long been overlooked, and considered merely as an interlude and repository for Greek and Roman knowledge, but…

The Origin of Species

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

Who was Darwin? What is his argument? And what is its relationship to the brutal social Darwinism that, in some ways, led to the First World War?

Was There a Scientific Revolution?

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

Exactly what was the scientific revolution? Common wisdom would have us believe a progression of thought from the obscurantist "Dark Ages" to the…

What is Science?

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

What are the underlying assumptions, good and bad, we have about science and scientists? What is the relationship between science and technology…

Where is Science Headed?

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

Will science destroy us or transform us? As science turns inward to the manipulation of our genetic structure, and extends our senses through digital…

Why the Greeks?

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

Why did the thinkers and society of pre-Christian Era Greece have such a profound effect on the development of rational thought and "scientific…

Women's Role in Science

By Broadview Press Inc. - 2005

Is science a masculine enterprise, suited to the male intellect and unsuited to the female? Or has science developed in an insular male world for so…