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SCIENCE VIDEOS

  • In The Womb: Extreme Animals show

    In The Womb: Extreme Animals

    A shark, an emperor penguin, a kangaroo and a parasitic wasp, from conception to birth.

    (02:10)
  • Left Game, Right Game show

    Left Game, Right Game

    Play along with these brain teasers to see how the left and right sides of your brain work together.

    (02:55)
  • The Gibberish Game show

    The Gibberish Game

    Play along as Jason Silva moderates a version of the Mad Gab game, a hilarious puzzle that uses both sides of your brain to...

    (03:14)
  • Transcendent Discussion show

    Transcendent Discussion

    What would happen if a massive solar storm came down to earth.

    (00:28)
  • Siberia Premiere show

    Siberia Premiere

    Siberia. Not only a frozen wilderness, it is a region of incredible diversity. Of precarious beauty and endangered animals,...

    (01:07)
  • Giant Asteroid show

    Giant Asteroid

    If a giant asteroid plowed into our planet, it would have devastating effects. The explosive power of a cosmic impact could be...

    (03:10)
  • Brain Magic: The Left vs. Right Illusion show

    Brain Magic: The Left vs. Right Illusion

    Illusionist Eric Leclerc demonstrates his simple yet convincing disappearing coin trick to two passersby.

    (02:25)
  • Subway Cars show

    Subway Cars

    How do workers place new carriages underground on tracks?

    (03:05)
  • Jupiter_MOBI1 show

    Jupiter_MOBI1

    Jupiter, named after the king of the gods, is made of nothing but gas and rotates at breakneck speed.

    (02:52)
  • Botswana To Cape Town show

    Botswana To Cape Town

    The boys face one last challenge, motorcycling across the last 120 kilometres of strenuous sand before reaching the Skeleton...

    (02:53)
  • Expedition Antartica show

    Expedition Antartica

    In 2008 forty-five scientists and crew sets sail for Antarctica aboard research vessel Tangaroa.

    (00:31)
  • The Great Divide Spur-Thighed Tortoises show

    The Great Divide Spur-Thighed Tortoises

    In green hills, local herders graze sheep and goats. The powerful sun brings out plants even in this dry zone.

    (02:48)
  • Saturn_ppc show

    Saturn_ppc

    Beautiful on the outside, seething on the inside, Saturn would make for an unforgettable visit.

    (02:29)
  • Stunt Man Underwater show

    Stunt Man Underwater

    A stunt man recreates the scene to see if he can free himself from underwater.

    (02:58)
  • Field Trip Oakland Zoo with Lynn Rothschild show

    Field Trip Oakland Zoo with Lynn Rothschild

    Lynn Rothschild takes us on a field trip to the Oakland Zoo to discuss the diversity of life on our planet and potentially in...

    (06:44)
  • T. rex Autopsy Trailer show

    T. rex Autopsy Trailer

    At 13 metres long, nearly 2 metres wide and lying lifeless in a specially constructed biology lab, the world’s first...

    (00:30)
  • Collision Catastrophe show

    Collision Catastrophe

    Two cars and a pedestrian collide in this catastrophe at an intersection.

    (02:45)
  • Tim Bauer show

    Tim Bauer

    Tim Bauer - Rolex Awards For Enterprise 2008

    (00:59)
  • Mars_MOBI05 show

    Mars_MOBI05

    Mars is a long way for a human mission. One of the hardest aspects to resolve is the speed of approach.

    (02:57)
  • Breakthrough Trailer show

    Breakthrough Trailer

    What have been humanity's last scientific advances? From baby steps to magnificent strides—witness it all on Breakthrough.

    (02:22)