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How the Dutch manage rising sea levels
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How the Dutch manage rising sea levels

Clip from Thalassa
Dutch are experts in controlling surging seas and rivers, and are developing cuttingedge technologies to deal with climate change.

Dutch are experts in controlling surging seas and rivers, and are developing cuttingedge technologies to deal with climate change.

Why are spider webs so strong?
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Why are spider webs so strong?

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison explains how spiders make webs and why they are so strong.

Harrison explains how spiders make webs and why they are so strong.

What would you build?
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What would you build?

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison asks a group of kids if they could build anything, what would they build

Harrison asks a group of kids if they could build anything, what would they build

The first structures
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The first structures

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison explains that humans weren't the first creatures to build structures, then talks about why humans need shelter.

Harrison explains that humans weren't the first creatures to build structures, then talks about why humans need shelter.

The science of garbology
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The science of garbology

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison teaches about what archaeologists do and the history of throwing things away. Kids compete in garbology challenge.

Harrison teaches about what archaeologists do and the history of throwing things away. Kids compete in garbology challenge.

How ice-cream is made
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How ice-cream is made

Clip from Totally Wild
Kellyn Morris visits Queensland's Lick! Icecream to learn how they make the creamy dessert.

Kellyn Morris visits Queensland's Lick! Icecream to learn how they make the creamy dessert.

A compression experiment
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A compression experiment

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison shows why arches are a good choice for structures by having kids perform an experiment.

Harrison shows why arches are a good choice for structures by having kids perform an experiment.

Projecting body parts onto augmented reality suit
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Projecting body parts onto augmented reality suit

Clip from Scope
The University of Melbourne's Thuong Hoang and David Kelly demonstrate the use of augmented reality technology to project a human skeleton and organs onto a person wearing a ...

The University of Melbourne's Thuong Hoang and David Kelly demonstrate the use of augmented reality technology to project a human skeleton and organs onto a person wearing a suit, to assist physiotherapy students learning anatomy.

Milking cows on a farm
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Milking cows on a farm

Clip from For The Juniors
See how a dairy farmer can milk 100 cows an hour using a milking machine.

See how a dairy farmer can milk 100 cows an hour using a milking machine.

Boy makes animatronic robots
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Boy makes animatronic robots

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News meets a boy who meets his own animatronic robots as a hobby and for school projects.

Behind The News meets a boy who meets his own animatronic robots as a hobby and for school projects.

Virtual art program
2:58

Virtual art program

Clip from Scope
A virtual program to make art accessible for people with disabilities.

A virtual program to make art accessible for people with disabilities.

Eating in space
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Eating in space

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison learns the types of foods astronauts can eat in space, then gets to practise delivering food to the space station.

Harrison learns the types of foods astronauts can eat in space, then gets to practise delivering food to the space station.

Kids in space
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Kids in space

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison learns how kids can train to be astronauts even if they can't go into space right now.

Harrison learns how kids can train to be astronauts even if they can't go into space right now.

Everyday tasks performed in space
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Everyday tasks performed in space

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison learns how astronauts perform everyday tasks like sleeping, showering, and getting haircuts in space.

Harrison learns how astronauts perform everyday tasks like sleeping, showering, and getting haircuts in space.

Helicopter flies using video game controls
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Helicopter flies using video game controls

Clip from Scope
Check out this ingenius helicopter that flies more like a video game than a traditional aircraft.

Check out this ingenius helicopter that flies more like a video game than a traditional aircraft.

A treehouse in the forest
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A treehouse in the forest

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison meets a man who builds round treehouses in a forest and uses tension to keep them from falling out of the trees.

Harrison meets a man who builds round treehouses in a forest and uses tension to keep them from falling out of the trees.

The shape of boats
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The shape of boats

Clip from Take On Technology
A quick look at how boats shaped in different ways move through the water.

A quick look at how boats shaped in different ways move through the water.

Working on a farm
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Working on a farm

Clip from Totally Wild
Visit a school where farm duties are all part of a normal school day.

Visit a school where farm duties are all part of a normal school day.

Milk processing plant
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Milk processing plant

Clip from For The Juniors
Learn how milk is processed in a factory, including pasteurising, homogenising, bottling, delivery and the former school milk program.

Learn how milk is processed in a factory, including pasteurising, homogenising, bottling, delivery and the former school milk program.

Why we have tall buildings
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Why we have tall buildings

Learn why we make some buildings so tall and what happens inside the different types of buildings.

Learn why we make some buildings so tall and what happens inside the different types of buildings.

How are houses built?
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How are houses built?

Clip from Scope
Lots of people live in them, and they're found on every suburban street, but how are houses actually built Michael Pankowski, a Divine Homes builder, gives us the low down on ...

Lots of people live in them, and they're found on every suburban street, but how are houses actually built Michael Pankowski, a Divine Homes builder, gives us the low down on building a house from the vacant block of land to the finished home.

Great Chinese inventions
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Great Chinese inventions

Clip from The Time Compass
The Chinese invented many amazing things, such as the compass, silk fabric and gun powder.

The Chinese invented many amazing things, such as the compass, silk fabric and gun powder.

Plants really are amazing
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Plants really are amazing

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
You can make everything from ice cream to medicine out of plants. If you were a plant, which one would you be?

You can make everything from ice cream to medicine out of plants. If you were a plant, which one would you be?

Poo and the sewage system
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Poo and the sewage system

Clip from Totally Wild
Stacey Thomson and the Poo Crew visit a waste treatment plant to learn how sewage is processed.

Stacey Thomson and the Poo Crew visit a waste treatment plant to learn how sewage is processed.

Light Concept Tanker invention
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Light Concept Tanker invention

Clip from The New Inventors
The Light Concept Tanker is designed to get fire fighting crews into and out of areas that are not accessible to heavier trucks.

The Light Concept Tanker is designed to get fire fighting crews into and out of areas that are not accessible to heavier trucks.

A modular multi-purpose robot
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A modular multi-purpose robot

Clip from Scope
The University of South Australia's Daniel Griffiths reveals a multipurpose robot with modules, which can be used by students to perform different tasks and experiments.

The University of South Australia's Daniel Griffiths reveals a multipurpose robot with modules, which can be used by students to perform different tasks and experiments.

Features of apartment buildings
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Features of apartment buildings

See the different features of an apartment building and how they work, including car parks, elevators, fire stairs, rubbish chutes, different utilities and security systems.

See the different features of an apartment building and how they work, including car parks, elevators, fire stairs, rubbish chutes, different utilities and security systems.

A tour of the Eureka Skytower
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A tour of the Eureka Skytower

Clip from Scope
Rob Rabba from Eureka Skydeck takes us on a tour of Australia's second biggest building and shows us its extreme features. A cube in the Eureka Tower is specially built to ...

Rob Rabba from Eureka Skydeck takes us on a tour of Australia's second biggest building and shows us its extreme features. A cube in the Eureka Tower is specially built to have the illusion of glass shattering and then turning seethrough, so whoever is standing in there feels like they might fall through.

Lolly dome experiment: creating a structure out of lollies
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Lolly dome experiment: creating a structure out of lollies

Clip from Scope
How many books can you hold up with lollies Darci from the Double Helix Club creates a structure out of lollies and proves just how strong a packet of Jubes can be.

How many books can you hold up with lollies Darci from the Double Helix Club creates a structure out of lollies and proves just how strong a packet of Jubes can be.

Food cultures converge in Uzbekistan
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Food cultures converge in Uzbekistan

Clip from The Silk Road
Sam Willis dines in traditional Uzbek food and notes the similarities to Chinese, Italian and Indian cuisines.

Sam Willis dines in traditional Uzbek food and notes the similarities to Chinese, Italian and Indian cuisines.

A machine to detect no balls in cricket
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A machine to detect no balls in cricket

Clip from Scope
Sam James from the Queensland University of Technology and Troy Cooley from the National Cricket Centre have collaborated to develop a device to detect no balls in cricket!

Sam James from the Queensland University of Technology and Troy Cooley from the National Cricket Centre have collaborated to develop a device to detect no balls in cricket!

What material should be used to build a structure?
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What material should be used to build a structure?

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison learns why people use brick instead of wood to build houses and steel instead of bricks or wood to build skyscrapers.

Harrison learns why people use brick instead of wood to build houses and steel instead of bricks or wood to build skyscrapers.

What are boats for?
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What are boats for?

Clip from Take On Technology
A brief overview of what boats can be used for and an introduction to floating.

A brief overview of what boats can be used for and an introduction to floating.

Renewable resources
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Renewable resources

Looks at how renewable resources are being used in the construction of a building that meets the UK's highest standards for energy efficiency.

Looks at how renewable resources are being used in the construction of a building that meets the UK's highest standards for energy efficiency.

Collecting milk from the farm
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Collecting milk from the farm

Clip from For The Juniors
See how dairy tankers collect milk from farms to take to a processing plant.

See how dairy tankers collect milk from farms to take to a processing plant.

Bottling drinks in a factory
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Bottling drinks in a factory

Clip from Scope
Rhett Glanville shows how Bickford's cordial and juices are bottled in a factory, stored and tested for sugar content and acidity.

Rhett Glanville shows how Bickford's cordial and juices are bottled in a factory, stored and tested for sugar content and acidity.

Factory makes quinoa crackers
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Factory makes quinoa crackers

Clip from Scope
Sam Tucker demonstrates how quinoa crackers are made at Tucker's Natural factory, from the raw ingredients right through to packaging the product.

Sam Tucker demonstrates how quinoa crackers are made at Tucker's Natural factory, from the raw ingredients right through to packaging the product.

Drones spy on free-range farms
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Drones spy on free-range farms

Clip from Behind the News
Behind The News meets animal rights activists using drones to check if freerange farms are using animal friendly farming methods, and discusses concerns about privacy and safety.

Behind The News meets animal rights activists using drones to check if freerange farms are using animal friendly farming methods, and discusses concerns about privacy and safety.

A tour around CH2, an eco-friendly building
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A tour around CH2, an eco-friendly building

Clip from Scope
A green building in Melbourne called CH2 has been built with the environment in mind. Rob Adams, Director of City Design for the Melbourne City Council gives us a tour around ...

A green building in Melbourne called CH2 has been built with the environment in mind. Rob Adams, Director of City Design for the Melbourne City Council gives us a tour around this ecofriendly building.

What is the role of architects in designing a building?
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What is the role of architects in designing a building?

Clip from Scope
Architects have the exciting job of designing all types of buildings from skyscrapers to schools, from houses to churches. So, we find out from architect, Olivia Crawford, ...

Architects have the exciting job of designing all types of buildings from skyscrapers to schools, from houses to churches. So, we find out from architect, Olivia Crawford, exactly what she does when she designs a building.

Jet-powered chairs
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Jet-powered chairs

Clip from Totally Wild
Go for a glide through the water on a jet-powered chair originally designed to allow disabled people to enjoy water sports.

Go for a glide through the water on a jet-powered chair originally designed to allow disabled people to enjoy water sports.

Making paper and fabrics from plants
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Making paper and fabrics from plants

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Find out how plants can be turned into paper and cotton and other fibres we use every day.

Find out how plants can be turned into paper and cotton and other fibres we use every day.

How to demolish a building
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How to demolish a building

Clip from Totally Wild
Discover the process of how buildings are demolished

Discover the process of how buildings are demolished

The Leaning Tower of Pisa and other engineering errors
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The Leaning Tower of Pisa and other engineering errors

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison explains why the Leaning Tower of Pisa leans and how construction has changed through time.

Harrison explains why the Leaning Tower of Pisa leans and how construction has changed through time.

Building bridges
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Building bridges

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison challenges four children to build a bridge out of noodles and marshmallows and learns what makes structures strong.

Harrison challenges four children to build a bridge out of noodles and marshmallows and learns what makes structures strong.

Guardian Comms System invention
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Guardian Comms System invention

Clip from The New Inventors
The Guardian Comms System bypasses your ears and uses bone conduction to get messages through loud and clear.

The Guardian Comms System bypasses your ears and uses bone conduction to get messages through loud and clear.

EYEfi SPARC Invention
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EYEfi SPARC Invention

Clip from The New Inventors
An urgent lesson to come out of the 2009 Victorian bushfires was the need to drastically change the way we manage information.

An urgent lesson to come out of the 2009 Victorian bushfires was the need to drastically change the way we manage information.

Making a 3D hologram
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Making a 3D hologram

Clip from Scope
A junior scientist demonstrates how to make a hologram using a smart phone and sheet of plastic.

A junior scientist demonstrates how to make a hologram using a smart phone and sheet of plastic.

3D printing objects
2:21

3D printing objects

Clip from Scope
RMIT University engineering designer Mike Burton demonstrates how a 3D printer is used to print objects in plastic, resin and rubber.

RMIT University engineering designer Mike Burton demonstrates how a 3D printer is used to print objects in plastic, resin and rubber.

Smoking fish
2:55

Smoking fish

Clip from Gastronuts
Join the Gastronuts and learn how to cook salmon using the smoking method.

Join the Gastronuts and learn how to cook salmon using the smoking method.

Making and decorating with chocolate
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Making and decorating with chocolate

Clip from Totally Wild
Visit a chocolatier to discover how chocolates are made.

Visit a chocolatier to discover how chocolates are made.

Decorating cakes and cupcakes
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Decorating cakes and cupcakes

Clip from Totally Wild
Leela Varghese visits a bakery to see cakes and cupcakes being decorated with icing.

Leela Varghese visits a bakery to see cakes and cupcakes being decorated with icing.

World Solar Challenge prototype car
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World Solar Challenge prototype car

Clip from Scope
Flinders University's Stuart Wildy and Curtis Merrett reveal their prototype for the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, describing the process of designing a ...

Flinders University's Stuart Wildy and Curtis Merrett reveal their prototype for the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, describing the process of designing a solar-powered car, and testing out the technologies on a modified golf cart.

Flying a solar powered plane
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Flying a solar powered plane

Climb aboard the Solar Impulse II and catch a glimpse of how planes may come to operate in the future. Throughout history, innovations in flight have taken a few tries but the ...

Climb aboard the Solar Impulse II and catch a glimpse of how planes may come to operate in the future. Throughout history, innovations in flight have taken a few tries but the Solar Impulse II is able to harness solar power in a way that could eventually change the fact of the entire airline industry.

Making a guacamole vegetable face
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Making a guacamole vegetable face

Clip from Play School
Jay demonstrates how to make guacamole and then make it into a vegetable face

Jay demonstrates how to make guacamole and then make it into a vegetable face

Packaging used for manufacturers
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Packaging used for manufacturers

Clip from Take On Technology
A look at how manufacturing companies package dried beans and biscuits.

A look at how manufacturing companies package dried beans and biscuits.

Protective headgear
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Protective headgear

Clip from Take On Technology
An overview of the different kinds of protective headgear available and its uses.

An overview of the different kinds of protective headgear available and its uses.

Turning apples into juice, cider and vinegar
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Turning apples into juice, cider and vinegar

Visit a factory to see how apples are turned into juice in a factory and the leftover mash can be used to make cider and apple cider vinegar.

Visit a factory to see how apples are turned into juice in a factory and the leftover mash can be used to make cider and apple cider vinegar.

Harvesting and packing apples
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Harvesting and packing apples

See how apples are harvested by hand on a cherry picker, and packed to be sent to a fruit and vegetable market.

See how apples are harvested by hand on a cherry picker, and packed to be sent to a fruit and vegetable market.

Catching fish and delivering to market
3:07

Catching fish and delivering to market

For The Juniors shows a commercial fishing vessel at work catching fish and delivering them to the fish market.

For The Juniors shows a commercial fishing vessel at work catching fish and delivering them to the fish market.

Making honey
2:43

Making honey

Clip from Play School
Watch through the windows to see how honey is created from honeycomb

Watch through the windows to see how honey is created from honeycomb

Some magical cake decorating
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Some magical cake decorating

Clip from Play School
Through the Play School windows we see a cake decorator make an amazing Alice in Wonderland cake.

Through the Play School windows we see a cake decorator make an amazing Alice in Wonderland cake.

How parachutes work using surface tension and drag
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How parachutes work using surface tension and drag

Clip from Scope
Learn how parachutes use surface tension and drag to get people safely and slowly to ground.

Learn how parachutes use surface tension and drag to get people safely and slowly to ground.

Types of headgear
1:30

Types of headgear

Clip from Take On Technology
A look at the various kinds of hats, helmets, and headgear people wear.

A look at the various kinds of hats, helmets, and headgear people wear.

Celebrate National Science week with EnhanceTV showcasing major breakthroughs like Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, 40th anniversary of the birth of the first IVF baby and celebrate International Year of the Reef.
Digital literacy is an essential part of an education and many students are learning to program much like their parents learned to write. Check out what children are coding as they prepare for their digital world.
With the rise of new technologies ever wondered how they work or what impact they have on individuals? Find all about the rise of technologies through this great playlist.
Use this playlist to help students to understand how digital devices work around them. Discover the latest emerging technologies and the affect on individuals from the rise of the digital world. (ACTDIK023,ACTDIK024,VCDSTS043,VCDSTS044)
Space inspires our greatest scientific and creative minds. Take to the stars with NASA, or hop aboard Millennium Falcon in the best of space fact and fiction. (ACSSU188,ACSSU189,VCSSU127,VCSSU128,VCSSU129)
Go on a culinary journey through the world of science. Find out how to transform the taste and texture of food through molecular gastronomy, or prepare dinner in your kitchen kettle using particle theory. With help from some of UQ's most engaging teachers and researchers, Ben Milbourne explains and demonstrates common scientific principles in a way that's fun and easy to understand - through cooking! (ACTDEK045,VCDSTC047,VCDSTC058)
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