A boy that realizes that almost all of the electricity right now is generated by burning fossil fuels. An unexpected friend arrives to take him on a magic journey that will show them that there are many ways of doing things and finally inspire him to investigate, imagine and create his own devices for generating clean energy.
Our current lifestyle is seriously affecting our planet and endangering resources for all future generations, we need to do something about it and we definitely can. Just by making small changes in our daily lives we can make a huge difference.
Within an hour of arriving at a remote Borneo research outpost of Danau Girang in East Sabah, filmmakers are swept up in the first recorded kill by a beautiful and extremely rare Clouded Leopard dispatching a long-tailed macaque.
Spiders, bees, crabs, grasshoppers, millipedes, scorpions - they're all arthropods and they're all staring in this creepy-crawly episode of SCOPE!
The lives and adventures of Copernicus, Brahe and Kepler take place in an exciting era, when a new vision of the world was born, through the ashes of the stars! These great astronomers changed once and for all, the way people looked at the skies!
A series of short film covering the basic logic and faulty arguments, developing student's critical thinking skills.
How do we fully engage organizations to think about the changing landscape of business, culture and society? Inspired by design thinking, this documentary grabs businessman, designers, social change-makers and individuals to portrait what they have in common when facing this ambiguous 21st century.
The life and work of Indian-American Astrophysicist Dr. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
Imagine waking up one day to find the world sounds utterly different, and music is suddenly unrecognisable. All the songs you've loved and all the songs you've yet to discover are suddenly out of reach. Could you find a way to get music back... and could music find you?
The story of the design and construction of the world's largest, highest altitude, and most complex ground-based astronomical observatory, the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA).
A series of short films on strengthening critical thinking with scepticism and analysis and introduces thebasic elements of the scientific process.
Monsters in the Outback explores the dinosaurs that once roamed the Australian outback.
Should we be worried about the end of the world? In a staggeringly fascinating mix of interviews, found footage, projected images, and animation, Our Tomorrow muses on the fate of the natural world and how western society's feelings about the Apocalypse shape our understanding of these potential environmental catastrophes.
Measurement is a story that's as old as mankind. Packed with cutting-edge science, amusing annecdotes from history and jaw-dropping examples from the modern world, this is our journey from counting on our knuckles to the exploration of outer space.
Through A Smarter Country we glimpse a future that moves from old technologies to a world that could be more crative, sustainable and equitable, and the pioneering people who are intent on taking us there.
Stem Cell Revolution
A visual portrait of unregulated e-waste dumping and recycling in Ghana, West Africa.
Professor Brian Cox explores the globe to reveal how a few fundamental laws of science gave birth to the most complex and unique feature of the universe - life.
Robot jockeys are replacing children in the highly dangerous sport of camel racing.
Animation of polarised crystal formation under microscope with digital Dinolite eyepiece cameracritical.