Teenage brains
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Teenage brains

Clip from Understanding

Biology

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The brains of children are compared to those of adults, noting that the areas with most activity change with maturity.

The brains of children are compared to those of adults, noting that the areas with most activity change with maturity.

The neuroplasticity of the brain
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The neuroplasticity of the brain

Clip from The Brain That Changes Itself

Biology

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Researchers have found the mere act of thinking can create new connections in the brain and neuroplasticity is intrinsic.

Researchers have found the mere act of thinking can create new connections in the brain and neuroplasticity is intrinsic.

Out-of-body trick on the brain
2:55

Out-of-body trick on the brain

Clip from Finding My Mind

Biology

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This video has closed captioning
In an experiment, the Marcus du Sautoy's senses are manipulated to make his brain think he is having an outofbody experience.

In an experiment, the Marcus du Sautoy's senses are manipulated to make his brain think he is having an outofbody experience.

Actions predicted pre-consciousness
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Actions predicted pre-consciousness

Clip from Finding My Mind

Biology

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This video has closed captioning
Scans of brain activity reveal decisions can be predicted even before a subject is conscious of them.

Scans of brain activity reveal decisions can be predicted even before a subject is conscious of them.

Why teens are biologically geared to sleep in
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Why teens are biologically geared to sleep in

Clip from The Secret Life Of Your Bodyclock

Biology

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Teenagers love to sleep in and it's nothing to do with being lazy. Biology dictates that their body clocks work differently than those of children and adults.

Teenagers love to sleep in and it's nothing to do with being lazy. Biology dictates that their body clocks work differently than those of children and adults.

Ian Chappell on underarm bowling incident
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Ian Chappell on underarm bowling incident

Clip from Enough Rope with Andrew Denton

Health and PE

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This video has closed captioning
Former Australia cricket captain Ian Chappell speaks about the controversial decision of brother Greg to instruct younger brother Trevor to bowl the last ball of a match ...

Former Australia cricket captain Ian Chappell speaks about the controversial decision of brother Greg to instruct younger brother Trevor to bowl the last ball of a match underarm, in an effort to prevent New Zealand winning a 1981 one-day international. Ian Chappell notes that Trevor was unfairly blamed for Greg's decision.

How bones protect us
1:46

How bones protect us

Clip from The Ultimate Guide: Human Body

Biology

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The Ultimate Guide explains how bones protect the body's organs.

The Ultimate Guide explains how bones protect the body's organs.

Brains scanned while doing maths
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Brains scanned while doing maths

Clip from Why Doesn't Maths Add Up?

Biology

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This video has closed captioning
Alan Davies and Marcus du Sautoy both have their brains scanned to examine how their brains work when calculating mathematics problems.

Alan Davies and Marcus du Sautoy both have their brains scanned to examine how their brains work when calculating mathematics problems.

Heart rate change in a stunt plane
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Heart rate change in a stunt plane

Clip from Don't Die Young

Health and PE

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Dr Alice Roberts gives us a reallife example of how the heart jumps into action when we are excited or stressed, when she goes for a joy ride in a plane.

Dr Alice Roberts gives us a reallife example of how the heart jumps into action when we are excited or stressed, when she goes for a joy ride in a plane.

Digestion and transit time
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Digestion and transit time

Clip from Don't Die Young

Health and PE

11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
Dr Alice Roberts takes Les Love though an experiment where they track how long it takes sweet corn to be digested and what the results mean for bowel health.

Dr Alice Roberts takes Les Love though an experiment where they track how long it takes sweet corn to be digested and what the results mean for bowel health.

Adjusting to a diabetes diagnosis
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Adjusting to a diabetes diagnosis

Clip from Embarrassing Teenage Bodies

Health and PE

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
The Embarrassing Bodies team meets a teenage boy who had recently been diagnosed with diabetes, leans how he struggles with it, and introduces him to a professional rugby ...

The Embarrassing Bodies team meets a teenage boy who had recently been diagnosed with diabetes, leans how he struggles with it, and introduces him to a professional rugby player for some advice.

Stoke patient treated in hospital
3:59

Stoke patient treated in hospital

Clip from 24 Hours In Emergency

Health and PE

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This video has closed captioning
An 89yearold woman is admitted to hospital after a suspected stroke and emergency staff care for her and consult with her husband.

An 89yearold woman is admitted to hospital after a suspected stroke and emergency staff care for her and consult with her husband.

Engineered bacteria make diesel fuel from sugar
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Engineered bacteria make diesel fuel from sugar

Clip from Cell

Biology

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Revolutionary approaches to cell biology have resulted in simple bacteria being able to produce pure diesel fuel from sugar.

Revolutionary approaches to cell biology have resulted in simple bacteria being able to produce pure diesel fuel from sugar.

Camera travels through human gut
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Camera travels through human gut

Clip from Guts

Biology

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Michael Mosley swallows a tiny camera for a tour inside the human digestive system.

Michael Mosley swallows a tiny camera for a tour inside the human digestive system.

Inside the human gut: Short BBC clip
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Inside the human gut: Short BBC clip

Clip from Guts

Health and PE

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This video has closed captioning
The BBC's Dr Michael Mosley swallows a tiny camera for a tour inside the human digestive system. This clip shows exactly what go

The BBC's Dr Michael Mosley swallows a tiny camera for a tour inside the human digestive system. This clip shows exactly what go

Ian Thorpe discusses no-relief Sydney 2000 wins
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Ian Thorpe discusses no-relief Sydney 2000 wins

Clip from Ian Thorpe: The Parkinson Interview

Health and PE

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Ian Thorpe discusses beating the 400m freestyle world record at the Sydney 2000 Olympics.

Ian Thorpe discusses beating the 400m freestyle world record at the Sydney 2000 Olympics.

The science behind intermittent fasting
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The science behind intermittent fasting

Clip from Sunday Night

Health and PE

11-12
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This video has closed captioning
Fasting one or two days per week has become the trendy new way to diet. But the science behind it suggests there is more to gain from fasting than just weight loss.

Fasting one or two days per week has become the trendy new way to diet. But the science behind it suggests there is more to gain from fasting than just weight loss.

Allergy cure in gut bacteria
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Allergy cure in gut bacteria

Clip from Catalyst

Health and PE

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
Catalyst explores Nobel Prize winner Barry Marshall's research that suggests the gut bacteria Helicobacter pylori could help prevent allergies.

Catalyst explores Nobel Prize winner Barry Marshall's research that suggests the gut bacteria Helicobacter pylori could help prevent allergies.