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TRANSISTORS is a short animated film about the history and science of the tiny devices that brought about the Information Age. You interact with billions of transistors in your phones and computers every day, so why n...
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Join host Kevin Collins for a raunchy look into the sex lives of fireflies.
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A young boy goes on a hike in forest near his home. He sees changes happening in the forest and follows the clues to discover what is killing the trees.
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"Extreme Oasis" will introduce you to two alien worlds where organisms called "extremophiles" survive in some of the least hospitable conditions on the planet! Dr. Anna-Louise Reysenbach of Portland State University, ...
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Is there a formula for funny? Join comedian Christian McDaniel as he attempts to look at the science behind humor and why people laugh. It's science, without killing any frogs.
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This film discusses what gluten really is and who should actually eliminate it from their diet.
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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...
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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 ...
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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.
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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.
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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...
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To make music without touching your instrument is a rare feat, and a difficult task to accomplish. It sounds and looks like something out of a science fiction film, but this musical oddity has been around since the 1...
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Amphibians are indicator species. Because of their sensitive permeable skin, scientists use amphibians to gauge the overall health of the worldwide ecosystem that we all share. So with nearly half of the world's amphi...
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Ten thousand years ago, corn didn’t exist anywhere in the world, and until recently scientists argued vehemently about its origins. Today the crop is consumed voraciously by us, by our livestock, and as a major part o...
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After thousands of years of breeding, modern dogs are left contending against many genetic deformations. In an attempt to find a better future for our canine companions, Hans and his dog Elfi explore canine genetics f...