Science Videos recorded in 1998.  Hosted by Mike Bullivant, a scientist from the Open University, this novel and exciting science video series enables a small group (approximately 6), including school children, graduates and senior scientists such as Harry Kroto, John Cornforth, Susan Greenfield , Margaret Boden, Amand Lucas and David Miller to probe important scientific and technological concepts with a world leading expert on a particular topic.  Science Video topics include nanotechnology, creativity and computers, electricity and magnetism, the brain, left and right-handedness, space, the oceans and the structure of DNA.

Architects of the MicrocosmosCreativity and ComputersElectricity, Magnetism and the BodyHow to be Right and Wrong
How X-rays cracked the structure of DNAIn the OceansNuts and Bolts of the MindOn the Air
There Ain`t Nothing Nowhere

This unique series enables outstanding scientists and communicators to present the science that they themselves find exciting.  These programmes are based on a top-down philosophy which presents the science in an accessible form and whets the appetite of the budding scientist to seek deeper understanding of Nature and the Physical world.


 

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