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6 mins Eating to Win
Part of the series Junk Food Science - News Report A KS3/4 video on how diet changes when following a fitness regime

Series

Engineering in Science
From interactive smart floors to testing golf clubs and using motion capture to help athletes win medals; find out how cutting-edge engineering is used in science in this series for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 lessons
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Secondary biology videos

3 mins How Science Works - Asthma on the Run: The Effect of Asthma on the Airways
This short video for KS4 science describes the ways in which asthma can affect the airways and respiration.
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15 mins KS3/4 Science - Big Screen Science: Stem Cell Controversy
Craig McMillan, a wheelchair user, investigates the moral and ethical dilemmas of stem cell therapy and questions whether it will ultimately affect his own disability.
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52 mins Music of the Brain
A look at the relationship between the brain's development and music.
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15 mins The Learning Brain
Part of the series The Brain
What can contemporary brain science tell us about the mysteries of the brain and can this knowledge help improve our ability to teach?
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5 mins Brain Basics
Part of the series The Brain
Do you know where different parts of the brain are and how they function? Do you know your sensory cortex from your motor cortex? This short film has the answers.
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15 mins Science
Science teacher Nichola Offer uses a range of techniques to help her students think about careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) professions.
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20 mins Sensory Systems
A look at the structure and function of the body's nervous system, and an exploration into how the body responds to its environment and deals with change.
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20 mins Homeostasis
Whether sweating in a sauna or putting the body through the physical extremes of climbing mountains, what are the mechanisms used to regulate body conditions?
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20 mins Genetic Engineering
This programme looks at the subject of genetics and asks what exactly is genetic engineering, DNA and cloning?
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20 mins Circulation & Respiration
Through virtual technology we examine key parts of the heart - the four chambers and the associated major blood vessels.
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