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Fresh Water Problems

Youth Science
In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about ecosystems and how one small change can lead to a cascade effect in the entire ecosystem.

Anthony Mackie Asks NASA About Ocean Science

Youth Science
Join Anthony Mackie, actor and National Geographic host, as he chats about how scientists study the ocean and the creatures that live there – including sharks!

The Device Helping Children With Diabetes

Youth Science
Learn about this amazing device that is helping those with diabetes on a daily basis.

What's Matter?

Youth Science
In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about what matter is and the three states of matter: Solid, Liquid, and Gas.

Why Video Games Reduce Anxiety

Youth Science
Since video games arrived on the scene, people have worried about their addictive nature. Research suggests that it can have major benefits for our mental health.

Solar Flares 2024

Youth Science
In May 2024, Earth saw a huge increase in extreme geomagnetic storms, leading to some spectacular aurora displays around the world.

Animal News: Loud Fish

Youth Science
Researchers now know how a tiny fish called the Danionella cerebrum makes such a loud noise.

Weird Animal Searched: Are Red Pandas Friendly?

Youth Science
Can red pandas eat grapes? Do red pandas attack humans? Why do red pandas stand up? These are just some of the weird and wonderful animal searches our expert answers.

Loud Fish!

Youth Science
Researchers now know how a tiny fish called the Danionella cerebrum makes such a loud noise.

2024 Solar Eclipse

Youth Science
Watch the moment the solar eclipse happened, and hear from some kids who went out to watch it!

Year Of Camelids

Youth Science
How do camelids support communities in a sustainable way? Watch the video to find out!

Beat Plastic Pollution

Youth Science
It's time to write a new story and #beatplasticpollution!

King Penguin & Mobility Aids

Youth Science
Researchers are looking at how the birds adapt to walking on different slippery surfaces to help them with their robotics work.

Ocean Wonders: A Symphony Of Smells

Youth Science
Hold your breath—but not your nose—as we explore olfaction in the ocean.

What Is Ambergris?

Youth Science
Our researcher Dr James Rule explains what ambergris is made of and why we’ve become so fond of it.

What's The Smallest Animal On Earth?

Youth Science
Are you wondering: What's the smallest animal on Earth? This question came from Brady, a student from Canada.

Are We Made Of Stardust?

Youth Science
Our planetary scientist Dr Ashley King reveals how the big bang, stars and supernovas helped make life possible.

What You Need To Know About Europa

Youth Science
Exploring this ocean world with our Europa Clipper spacecraft could provide new clues in our search for life beyond Earth.

Why Do We Get Goosebumps?

Youth Science
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?

Youth Science
Reindeer eyes have the remarkable ability to change colour throughout the year. Dr. Natalie Cooper tells us more.

Plant Your Pants?!?

Youth Science
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.