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TERRA 1026: Weapons of Choice

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Focusing on rhinoceros beetles, Weapons of Choice briefly explores how animals use extreme morphism in biological arms races. These weapons are usually key to winning a mate in battle and can provide clues linking hea...

TERRA 322: Jewels of the Jungle – Series 2 – Part 2

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This installment of Jewels sees Dr. Gary Strobel travel from the lush forest of South America to the clinical world of the laboratory. But the lab is no less exciting than the field, especially since some of the sampl...

TERRA 303: Jewels of the Jungle – Part 1

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Dr. Gary Strobel's signature red stocking cap lives in the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. Why? Strobel is one of only a handful of plant scientists scouring the planet the old-fashioned way for the n...

TERRA 613: Biofilm

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"Biofilm" is an introduction to a relatively new field of medical research that investigates bacteria colonies known as biofilm. Recent research has shown that biofilm colonies often inhabit wounds of immuno-compromis...

TERRA 341: A Life with Skulls – Part 3

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In the third and final installment of A Life with Skulls, Ray Bandar reconciles his passion for skulls with life after the lab.

TERRA 430: An Interview with Jay Harman

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The Terra team have been lucky enough to travel the country and meet some truly amazing people. However, we haven't always been able to offer all our interviews online - until now! Jay Harman will kick off our serie...

TERRA 445: Coronal Mass Ejections

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"Coronal Mass Ejections" seeks to explain a highly technical phenomena through compelling interviews with top scientists and amazing graphics depicting our solar system. However, the film also seeks to make the point ...

TERRA 701: Earth & Moon: A Planetary Fairytale

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For his second year project, Refah Seyed Mahmoud built a rear projection dome and crafted an animated film, Earth & Moon, to experiment with the visual possibilities of anamorphic displays. Earth & Moon is a s...

TERRA 618: The Action of Attraction

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This eight-minute film explores an entomologist's research into the relationships between the genes, receptors, pheromones, and behaviors of moths and other insects.

TERRA 1033: InSex Episode 1: Luminescent Lovers

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Join host Kevin Collins for a raunchy look into the sex lives of fireflies.

TERRA 1005: ePILLepsy

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ePlLLepsy explores one filmmaker's relationship with epilepsy medication. Poetic imagery and personal narrative lead to a deeper understanding of how a disorder and its medicines can affect the patient.

TERRA 339: A Life with Skulls – Part 1

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Ray Bandar is not your average museum curator. How could he be with nicknames like Dr. Bones and Reptile Ray? He spends his days dressed in tattered clothes, walking San Francisco's beaches in search of the ultimate s...

TERRA 807: Inches of Snow and Tide

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The Olympic Peninsula is a land of snowy mountains, rocky tidepools, and crashing waves. Explore one small patch of coastline at low tide and you can find tiny sea stars, camouflaged fish, and eighty-year-old anemones...

TERRA 702: Why is Science Important?

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Science teacher and film-maker Alom Shaha sets out to uncover a genuinely satisfying answer to his students' most common question: why is science important?

TERRA 1107: The Rainmakers of Nganyi

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Researchers at Kenyan universities were faced with a problem: the weather forecasts that they were providing weren’t being taken seriously. Faced with climate change and climatic extremes, farmers were losing crops an...

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