Lemurs Try New Food
The Lemurs are one of the last animals try the new diet and are not taking to it as quickly as the other animals.
Quotation Mark Song
A song about using quotation marks.
Easy & Simple Color Rangoli Designs For Festivals
Recycle Cardboard Into Anything With A 3D Printer
Paper is an incredible material, but why does it always have to be flat? I’ve developed a process to turn paper into a three-dimensional material, using as little as a 3D printer, a blender, a vice, and pinch of rice.
How does our brain help us see color? Find out in this video!
The Importance Of Dog Socialization
An overprotective dog named Wally has been biting one of the members of his household and has been guarding the family's baby.
Exclamation Mark Song
A song about using an exclamation mark.
As part of the farewell ceremony for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games, Sadeck Waff choreographed a beautiful, precise geometric, synchronised work with 128 performers seated in wheelchairs.
The Surprising History Of Electric Cars
Can electric cars reclaim their place on the road? Discover how developments in battery technology are making these cars more efficient and powerful.
Keeping An Eye On Ocean Garbage...From Space!
ESA is exploring how satellites can help detect and reduce plastic pollution in the ocean.
An Injured Moose Gets An Exam
A moose name Rocky gets a visit from Dr. Oakley to ensure that his injured eyes has properly recovered from being poked by a stick.
Why Is Biodiversity Important?
David Attenborough explains why biodiversity is so important to humans.
Making A LEGO Car Cross Gaps
Testing a Lego car against longer and longer gaps that it needs to drive over.
Meet Lucy as she prepares for the first ever journey to the Trojan asteroids, a population of primitive small bodies orbiting in tandem with Jupiter.
Question Mark Song
A song about using a question mark.
Baby Puss Moth Caterpillar Hatching
Puss Moth Caterpillar (Cerura vinula) hatches from its egg.
How Different Cultures Celebrate The New Year
Most people follow the Gregorian calendar, which has 365 days, or 12 months in the year. So January 1st ends up being the most commonly celebrated New Year. But, depending on who you speak with, the New Year reaches far beyond January 1st.
The Benefits Of A Bilingual Brain
Mia Nacamulli details the three types of bilingual brains and shows how knowing more than one language keeps your brain healthy, complex and actively engaged.
A Simile And A Frown
A song about synonyms and antonyms.