Our understanding of the universe and reality has drastically changed over the last 100 years, and it's on the verge of another seismic shift based on Large Hadron Collider findings.
This program tells amazing science stories, unravels mysteries, and reveals worlds you've never seen before. Exploring Cassini-Huygens, the unmanned spacecraft sent to the planet Saturn.
In this special Catalyst series, chef Paul West, dietician Clare Collins and chemist Noby Leong reveal the delicious chemistry, biology and physics hidden inside the foods we all love, so we can cook better and eat healthier. Paul learns that the nation's most popular fruit, the Cavendish banana, is under threat of extinction, but discovers that a new disease resistant variety is being cultivated in a field in Far North Queensland. Clare finds out how the traditional craft of fruit preservation is supersized in the production of canned baked beans, and Noby delves into the science of cooking the perfect medium rare steak. Paul also uncovers how the power of gluten is harnessed in slow fermentation sourdough bread - and gets to taste a very special bread made from native Australian grasses.
A fossil known as the 'duelling dinosaurs' depicts predator and prey as they died in combat. It's a dramatic fossil, but also one that is central to a controversial debate. Does it provide evidence proving the existence of a separate tyrannosaur species?
As a first step in visualising data, this film focuses on the use of stem plots to understand raw data. The US Army experienced an equipment shortage and as a result used statistics to ensure soldiers are properly outfitted for war. Data from soldiers' foot measurements and Toyota's fuel-efficient vehicles are transformed in stem plots.
Learn about income tax - what it is, how it works and when you have to pay it.
A baby is born on the day the show premieres. What kind of world can she expect to grow up in? One of her possible futures is explored.
An exploration of human potential for change, concluding with the story of one of history's greatest monsters and his virtuous transformation.
Vice's Gavin Butler visits the bushfire-ravaged communities of southern NSW to tell the stories of the people still living in the disaster zone who have been forced to take the relief effort into their own hands.
Warp drives, wormholes, and teleportation - if physicists break the speed of light, could the final frontier be within our reach?
Aliens almost certainly do exist. So why haven't we yet met ET? We're only just developing instruments powerful enough to scan for them.
Filmmaker Luc Jacquet returns to the Antarctic to revisit the emperor penguins who call the frozen continent home. A decade after making his Academy Award-winning March of the Penguins, Jacquet spent two months shooting in the Antarctic winter using 4K cameras, airborne drones, and under-ice diving to show the astonishing lives of these mysterious creatures in an entirely new light. This film tells the story of two penguins, a father and son, as they face and overcome the almost unimaginable challenges of life in this hostile land.
How a deadly embrace between science and state altered the fate of the world, and a gripping cautionary tale of mass casualty and unlikely survival.
Meet the man who stumbled on a hole in the reality of quantum mechanics and the still-unfolding technology that made it possible.
Peeling back the layers of existence, scientists examine whether new ways of perceiving the world might allow us to unlock the secrets of the universe.
Everywhere we look on Earth, we find life. Yet we have only ever found life here. How did the stuff of stars come together to create life as we know it? What do we mean by 'life'?
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