This short clip explains what the nervous system is, how it controls messages between our senses to the brain and gives some pra
Learn why some are dark and others are white, how they create rainbows, halos and sun dogs, and how clouds are formed.
Weather Ed describes some of the different types of rain and how it is formed, including convective rain, frontal rain and orographic rain.
This clip from Weather Ed explains the difference between climate and weather and how the climate has shifted from warm periods
Aboriginal students share stories about the Yuendumu community with hiphop in their own language, Warlpiri, as part of a Wakakirri Festival music program.
Behind the News just loves good news and this 'Go for It' special features a group of Aboriginal kids preserving their language
The life and work of Australian writer Henry Lawson is introduced with readings of his poetry.
Have you ever wondered what happens to the contents of your recycling bin after the truck collects it?
Sean Kennedy visits Thiess' recycling plant where Joel Alexander explains how recyclables are processed, removing contaminants, sorting paper from plastic, before being sent to specialist plants.
Pip Russell gets to know funnelweb spiders, how they hunt their prey and why they're dangerous to people.
Can science protect our endangered and rare animal species It may not look like your ordinary zoo, so join Dr ShaeLee Cox from the Norwood Animal Conservation Group as she takes us on a tour of a frozen zoo.
Can we alter genes and why would we want to alter them Genetically modified food and crops are here to stay. Dr Danny Llewellyn a CSIRO geneticist uncovers how genetically modified cotton can stop caterpillars in their tracks!
Did you know that you can extract DNA really easily in your very own kitchen With just a few household chemicals Talia from the Double Helix Science Club shows us how!
Take a Labrador and take a poodle, cross them and what do you get? Veterinarian Will Ryan explains how crossbreeding works and that dogs really are his best friends.
The echidna belongs to a subgroup of mammals called monotremes - a group of mammals which lay eggs. This clip tracks the echidna
Did you know that the female seahorse impregnates the male? This clip explains every step of the cycle along the way.
This clip talks us through the reproductive processes of stick insects and silk worms. Suitable for Year 2 students.
Julia explains the basic lifecycle of a plant and how you can create your own home-grown tomatoes.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.