DIY way of casting animal tracks. Using plaster, the track will be set. The cast can reveal an animal track for years to come.
BTN investigates what palm oil is and why it is having such a huge affect on the orangutan population.
Microplastics make up the vast majority of plastic on the planet and they can pose a real threat to ocean life that mistake the little specks of plastic for food. As we discover the effect this can have on the fish and other sea creatures consuming the microplastic, it becomes clear the impact of this pollution is far reaching and we have a responsibility to make some changes.
Drones come in all shapes and sizes! And as David Purser and Sam Prudden from RMIT explain that the way a drone is designed, built and tested can change drastically based on its purpose.
As environmentalists and local authorities debate the use of shark nets to protect swimmers at the beach, Behind The News investigates the arguments around the issue.
Behind The News finds out why businesses and governments are keen to recruit hackers, and what skills people need to help fight cybercrime.
Queensland University of Technology's Tonima Ali explains how research into kangaroo hyaline cartilage is helping to treat osteoarthritis in humans.
Junior scientist Lilli demonstrates Galileo's Law of Fall using sports balls of varying sizes, and explains the concepts of potential energy and kinetic energy.
Behind The News covers Four Corners' 2016 Forgotten Children investigation, meeting teenage refugees Misbah and Shamin, who describe why they left their Burma, why they can't go back, and what life is like for them in the Nauru detention centre.
Track cyclist Caitlin Ward explains how racing tactics and the laws of physics influence her performance at the velodrome.
Emma Ralph learns how dogs are trained to help people with hearing impairments.
Following the beaching of hundreds of pilot whales in New Zealand in February 2017, Behind The News learns why the mammals end up stranded on the shore.
Tasmanian viewer Alice asks how the palm oil industry risks endangers the lives of orangutans in Indonesia and Malaysia and Behind The News investigates.
Hugh Cotton from Sims Metal Management reveals how scrap aluminium is recycled and smelted for use, including testing the quality of the metal.
Aussie Wildlife Awareness' Kevin Waddell teaches Duane Strauss about three of Australia's snakes: the king brown (aka mulga), the redbellied black and the deadly eastern brown.
As ophthalmologists advocate children wear sunglasses when playing outside, Behind The News investigates how and why people should protect their eyes from the sun.
Natalie Hunter sees how keepers at the Ballarat Wildlife Park care for Baby, a 4.2mlong albino Burmese python.
Jesse Baird meets 12yearold champion skydiver Sarah at iFly Indoor Skydiving to learn about the sport and how to stay safe doing it.