Sculpting a brain from sand on the banks of the Thames in London.
A 150 year-old folk song repurposed to describe neurons and their actions.
An exploration of ideas from genetics, expressed through dance.
The effects of climate change on animals, from mammoths to polar bears.
The Physics Squad investigate a curious case of murder, where the instrument of death is… a paint can.
Mining a pantomime for every last drop of biology. There’s more than you’d expect. Oh, yes there is!
An interpretation of and response to genetics, inheritance, and identity, in dance.
A volcano erupts in… Teddington! A study of the three V’s of volcanoes; volume, volatiles, and viscosity.
A simple heat engine made — mostly — from household rubbish.
Animation explaining what genes are.
An animation about the physics involved in swimming.
The geometry of reflections, and why ‘ambulance’ sometimes written ‘ecnalubma’.
Snow + science technician + video camera = igloo! Obviously.
The paths of invisible particles rendered visible before your very eyes.
Turning carbon into diamond, using only a gigantic laboratory press.
The wonder of double-action baking powder, 50s-style.
A look at the complexity of time, and why it’s worth further study.
An evil genius creates the most frightening monster in SciCast history.
Levitating table-tennis balls and droplets of water. Wait, levitating *water*? Seriously?
Water meets oil, they fall in love…