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Why All Melodies Should Be Free for Musicians to Use | Damien Riehl | TED

Adults Art Human Science
Evoke a familiar tune in a song and get slapped with a lawsuit ... it's a tale almost as old as copyright itself.

M Jackson: Glacier Explorer

Kids Work World
M Jackson studies glaciers and meets wildlife as she discovers everything she can about ancient ice.

The Huge Hexagon-Shaped Storm on Saturn

Youth Science Space
The sun is slowly rising over Saturn’s north pole, exposing an immense six-sided hurricane.

Smart FBI Negotiation Techniques You Can Actually Use

Adults History Human Politics
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to win any argument you may find yourself in? Don't miss today's revealing video that exposes FBI interrogation techniques you can actually use to give yourself the high ground in any confrontation!

How To Make A Unicorn Puppet

Kids Art Creativity
Have a dig in the recycling bin for some of the materials for this fun DIY make inspired by Swiss artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp's Dada marionettes.

A Brie(f) History Of Cheese

Youth History Humor World
Paul Kindstedt shares the history of one of our oldest and most beloved foods.

How To Make The Best Croissants At Home

Adults Education Film Food
These perfect croissants are flaky on the outside, soft and buttery on the inside and ideal for weekend baking . What's not to love about this iconic pastry?

5 Density Science Experiments

Kids Education Science
If you want to see cool science experiments that are easy to do and learn about density, then you've come to the right place.

Gems, Minerals, Crystals & Rocks–What's the Difference?

Youth Science
How can you distinguish rock from a mineral? Is that a gem, or is it a crystal? Learn what all these words really mean in this video!

Little Farms, Big Movement | Branching Out | Part 2

Adults Health Human Nature
In this Branching Out episode, follow along as Ginger Zee and her family meet the farmers behind Apricot Lane Farms (also known as “The Biggest Little Farm”) and learn more about a new eco-friendly farming movement.

Sloth vs. Koala: Battle For The Laziest

Kids Animals Humor Nature
A Sloth and Koala battle it out to see who is THE Laziest!

All Tiger Stripes Are Different

Youth Animals Nature
Gordon and Alan have to distinguish one animal from another by looking at their striping patterns.

The myth of the original star-crossed lovers - Shannon Zhao

Adults Art Listening Writing
Get to know the myth of the weaver and the cowherd, a pair of star-crossed lovers banished to opposite sides of the Milky Way.

The Dinosaur Song For Children

Kids Animals Music
The dinosaur song for children by Miss Patty.

Opinion Writing - Episode 1

Youth Creativity Writing
This series will lead you through all of the important steps to writing an opinion piece.

Hope for Youth Project - Smrt Scholarship Program

Adults Smrt Ad
In 2012 Smrt and the Canadian College of English Language initiated a scholarship program for 50 students who have lost parents, homes, and livelihoods as a result of the tsunami in Japan. The scholarship was for free tuition (courtesy of CCEL) and free accommodation for up to 3 months.

Food Scientist Breaks Down Every Plant-Based Milk

Adults Education Film Food
ood scientist Rosemary Trout analyzes each and every plant-based milk. From household staples like almond milk and oak milk to the lesser-known hazelnut and banana milk, watch as Rosemary explains not only where these milks are drunk, but how they're cultivated and bottled.

Florida Everglades

Kids Nature World
A trip through the Florida everglades to find out about mangroves and their importance to this coastal ecosystem.

How To Find A Galaxy

Youth Science Space
Knowing the addresses of a thousand galaxies yielded a remarkable picture of our universe.

Illegal Sound

Adults History Politics Science
Why This Sound is Illegal to Play