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.
Lee shrinks herself and accidentally turns into a fly. She'll learn about spiders, lizards and more on our creepy-crawlies episode.
Security at Mammal Park is down, so Lee must journey through a world full of mammals to fix things. She'll find out about dingos, monotremes, and more on our mammals episode.
Adventure calls, so Lee embarks on a quest to find Isaac Newton's apple. Along the way she'll look at rock climbing, hang-gliding, hydroflying and more on this adventure episode.
Use both your eyes and your ears to watch this episode on sight and sound. We trick our eyes with some optical illusions and remix some audio to make some sweet sounds. Don't miss it!
Lee is living amongst the plants and finds out all about venus flytraps, stinging nettles, and purple carrots; we check out the beautiful Mossman Gorge.
We're not taking the tech in our life for granted this week, so we're looking at our fridge, social media, touch screen, and cyber security.
We chat to Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith, reef scientist Emma Kennedy, a company making electronic starter kits for girls, and find out about the history of Women in STEM on this episode.
This episode of Scope is all about interactive animation technology and artificial intelligence. Learn how to become a creative innovator who can bring imaginative ideas to life. There's also a CSIRO subterranean robotics challenge and a drone exhibition.
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