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Cheers turned to boos in the final years of Adam Goodes' AFL career when he publicly called out racism. But what did the crowds mean?
It's the song and dance version of the Disney classic you didn't know you needed, where mother and daughter walk a mile in the other's shoes.
Challenge the class to this test. See how the European Space Agency assesses the mental acuity of potential astronauts, reciting a series of numbers backwards while climbing up and down a step.
Griffith University's Tanya Smith explains how the growth lines of teeth of Neanderthal children reveal details about their diets, development and the environment they lived in.
After Lewis Brandt at Ford Australia in Melbourne received a letter from a farmer's wife that she wanted a vehicle to, "take her to church on Sundays and pigs to market on Monday", Lew took on the challenge. He designed a vehicle that could serve these two purposes. After the Great Depression when funds for the average Australian were scarce, a two-in-one vehicle was incredibly useful.
Test your knowledge of the leader of India's non-violent independence movement by taking the quiz on the film based on the life of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
Discover the leaders whose experiences, studies, and personal reflection developed their capacities for social change in the world.
Critique the "sense and nonsense" of the global $100 billion vitamin and supplement industry with Derek Muller in Vitamania. Then test your students' knowledge of the importance of vitamins in our diets, and the history of the business.
Sun, sand and surf. Just because we're having fun doesn't mean we can forget about safety. Rip currents account for 80 percent of beach rescues, and can be dangerous or deadly if you don't know what to do. Learn to stay safe with Bondi Rescue.
Whether you prefer your lava flowing down a mountain or bubbling in a lamp, try some of these awesome Scope chemical science DIY experiments with your students and reveal how different substances react to one another.