A scheme to pay people for every bottle they recycle has had a positive impact on the environment in South Australia. It's so go
The World Bank has released a report saying it expects the world to warm up by 4 degrees over the next century. So what effect w
This segment if Scope shows science projects where research data is collected by everyday citizens:
1. Reef Check
2. Fungi Map
The Great Barrier Reef has been at the centre of a big fight recently. Some people want to dump dredge spoil on parts of it, to
Activists and governments oppose Japan whaling in the north-west Pacific Ocean, BTN reports.
The twins introduce us to our body's 'information superhighway' - our spinal column. Where it is, how it works and how nerves se
BTN takes a closer look at relationship between taxes and the economy.
The federal Environment Minster has raised the coral bleaching threat level on the Great Barrier Reef to its highest point. And
Each year on the 25th of April, we commemorate the lives of Australians who died in war. But for one young boy, the
Dr Chris and Dr Xand look at what life was like for the soldiers in the trenches and how World War I affected the human body.
Dr Chris and Dr Xand set up an experiment to demonstrate how soldiers' bodies coped with the pressures exerted by huge explosion
Did you know that the sky appears blue because of something strange going between sunlight and our atmosphere Dr Duffy tells us all about it.
The use of drones is back in the news again when it was revealed that animal rights activists have used them to spy on farms tha
Harrison is visited by a real-life television weatherman who shows us how he predicts the weather.
Comedy sketch team, Bob Hale and Rattus Rattus, guide us through the horrible history of 1914-18. This clip presents 1916.
The ground shakes, your legs buckle and buildings fall down all around you! It may sound like something from a Hollywood blockbu
Operation Ouch rides along with paramedics attending a man who has suffered an anaphylactic shock.
Three years ago, it was just an empty space in the middle of the desert in Jordan. Now, it's a huge town of tents, housing more
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.