How much water do you need to drink?
Cooking up a cell with Flagella Lawson and Golgi Ramsey.
Bee population decline, and what we can do about it.
Accuracy, precision, reliability, and a frog with a very sore head.
Photosynthesis in nature, theory and the lab.
How to behave in a science lab - and how not to.
Sculpting a brain from sand on the banks of the Thames in London.
The elements comprising a human body, cooked up in a kitchen.
Magnets and MRS GREN feature in this revision show.
A 150 year-old folk song repurposed to describe neurons and their actions.
An exploration of ideas from genetics, expressed through dance.
Inherited and environmental characteristics.
The workings of a methane generator, powered by… actually, you don’t want to know.
The process of cell division, animated in sixty seconds flat.
A presentation about the choice of materials for artificial bone.
Bananas, mushy peas, rice pudding — it can only be an horrifically messy digestion demo.
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.
One banana, a Christmas holiday, and a camera taking pictures every hour. Ew!
The physics, biology, and chemistry involved in lifting an apple. Yes, it really is a film about lifting an apple.