Isla is jumping inside your brain to explore how we learn, how we perceive pain and how roundworms can tell us important info about our brain neurons. Weird!
From sleep paralysis and sleep walking to snoring and hybernation, discover why we sleep and some of the strange things we do while unconscious.
Isla's journey through the fashion world takes her to synthetic and natural fibres, fast fashion, and second hand clothing, the psychology of what we wear and innovations in fashion like zippers!
This week Isla takes part in a game show called That's Scope Random that delivers up prizes of random science topics like how does an artificial reef form, and what was ancient astronomy like?
It's time to go on a science adventure to Isla's backyard! While working from home, Isla has found science right outside her very front door including veggie gardens, worm farms, bubbles, weeds and grass science
Has Isla accidentally sent the program nuclear? She takes a trip to a reactor in Sydney to find out more about nuclear science in this episode.
Isla takes a trip down memory lane through a retro episode from the '70s. Learn about fibre optics, the Rubik's Cube and more in this episode.
This episode of Scope looks at all sorts of weird weather. Learn about cyclones, floods, acid rain and lightning. Plus, meet some storm chasers and find out how volcanoes erupting can create weather events.
A pandemic has hit and Isla is by herself in the office. She looks at how viruses spread, what a vaccine does in the body, and more.
Professor Orange has decided to destroy the show. Will the producers find a new host to save the show, or is this the end of the program forever? Find out this episode!
This episode is all about sending messages, from animal communication and different types of languages to the old and new technology of communication.
From ancient DNA in mummified ibises to Byzantine hand grenades, this episode is jam packed with fascinating historic scientific facts and inventions. There's also proof of 5000 year old tattoos, the first compass, paper, printing press and gunpowder. And find out what was so special about the ancient Roman roads.
Dr Joel searches for a new Scope host UNDERWATER and finds out all sorts of fishy science along the way! Currents, pressure, deep sea creatures! That and more on our Underwater episode of SCOPE!
Lee has a hard time dealing with change, we see how an octopus can change its skin, and how human cells can change into zombie cells. There's a big change coming on this episode.
Lee looks at the chemicals produced in the brain which produce emotions, the physiological response to emotions, and why being angry all the time might not be such a good thing.
Lee ends up on a journey through producer Matt's digestive system. She learns about chewing, stomach acid and more on this digestion episode.
Lee is experiencing some climate anxiety, so she looks at plant-based meat, Indigenous land management, and other climate solutions. Join us for our climate solutions episode.
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