Why Do We Get Goosebumps?
We've all been there when it gets a bit chilly and you end up with goosebumps. But have you ever wondered why and how we get them?
Why Do Reindeer Eyes Change Colour?
Reindeer eyes have the remarkable ability to change colour throughout the year. Dr. Natalie Cooper tells us more.
How Do We Keep Life's Jenga Tower From Toppling?
In this episode of Crash Course Biology, we’ll see how conservation biology aims to restore habitat and preserve biodiversity.
Plant Your Pants?!?
Shanequa went to meet some young science investigators to find out how a big pair of pants has been used for an experiment to check the quality of soil at a farm.
The goal for today is to describe the role of macronutrients and identify some of the healthiest sources for each.
Sea Otters Holding Hands
Sea otters face great danger in the open ocean; can this family brave the waves and stick together?
Why Do Onions Make Us Cry?
Hayley explains the science behind why onions make us cry, and what we can do to prevent this.
Why Does A Disco Clam Light Up?
Our curator of benthic molluscs Dr. Katie Collins explains this clam’s clever party trick.
What Is A Core Sample?
Have you ever wanted to go back in time— just to see what it was like? Well, scientists have figured out how …sort of…
CES 2024 Gadgets
The Consumer Electrics Show (CES) is one of the biggest tech events in the world with big brands showing off their latest gadgets and inventions.
Intro To Nutrition
The goal for today's lesson is to explain the role of nutrition in leading a healthy lifestyle.
The Science Of Snowflakes
Join us for a festive deep dive into the wonderful world of snowflakes voiced by Professor Brian Cox.
The Magic Finger: Part 5
This is the final part and resolves the story. Watch to find out what happens to the Greggs and the ducks.
Ancient History: India (Maurya Empire)
Take a quick dive into the history of ancient India's Maurya Empire.
The Winter Solstice Explained
The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year and the official start of winter in the Northern Hemisphere.
All About Hawks
Did you know that hawks are the most common birds of prey? In this video, you and your kids will learn lots of interesting facts about the hawk.
Bumble Bee Breathing
Practice bumble bee breathing with this video and feel the calming vibrations of humming along with the bumblebee.
COP28: Climate Summit Updates
For the first time a new deal to reduce the use of fossil fuels has been agreed by all countries at the UN climate summit, COP28 in Dubai. Watch to find out more.
Absolute Value For Grade 6
Do you know how to figure out the absolute value of a number? In this video, you'll learn just that.