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.
This episode looks at speedy science with a focus on fast vehicles such as jet boats, go-karts, rockets, V8 utes and hydrofoil jet skis. Plus, find out just how fast the Earth is moving through the universe, meet the Aussie who holds the fastest land speed record and learn all about thermodynamics.
This episode of Scope is all about big machines like monster trucks, cranes, car crushers and space travelling planes. Dr Joel teaches us all about the physics behind magnets.
The Scope team help save Christmas after Santa cancels it due to global warming. This episode also explains how the story of St Nicholas translates into our modern image of Santa Claus plus more about the mathematics and science behind Christmas.
The Scope team visits the Great Barrier Reef in search of 8 marine creatures; clown fish, potato cod, giant clams, manta rays, maori wrasse, sharks, turtles and whales. They speak to some marine biologists to find out what they are doing to help the growth of coral on the reef. Back on land, Lee spends some time in the Daintree Rainforest and around the mangroves on the Daintree river.
In this episode of Scope work out your mind muscles and send you brain to the gym with all things sports science related. Learn about the history of the Olympics, muscle building, champion whip cracking, diving and more.
This episode of Scope looks at junior scientists including young inventors and STEM superstars.
Lee's writing a new song, hear some beats from the mouth of Tom Thum, and let's make our own watery musical instrument. All this and heaps more on this week's music episode of Scope!
Want to help identify fungi, search for mosquitos or build animal nest boxes? Find out how you can get involved in heaps of cool Citizen Science projects on this episode.
In this ‘super’ episode of Scope we learn how to fight ‘superbugs’ and what would happen in real life if we had super strength or super speed. Dr Joel creates an air vortex and a smoke ring machine while Professor Orange learns how to fly in a wind tunnel.
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