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VIDEOS

  • Martian Dust Storm show

    Martian Dust Storm

    What would happen if a martian storm hit the dustiest place on earth?

    (03:02)
  • Lions Fight show

    Lions Fight

    Find out why predatory conflict isn't limited to battles between different species.

    (03:02)
  • Flowers to Needles show

    Flowers to Needles

    From poppy-flowers in Afghanistan to high-grade heroine on the streets of Vancouver. Here is where it starts.

    (02:59)
  • Monarchs and Milkweed show

    Monarchs and Milkweed

    Producer Stephanie explains monarchs and milkweed as she looks for milkweed in a field.

    (01:47)
  • The Bats Come Out at Night show

    The Bats Come Out at Night

    Mother bats prepare for migration, giving their young as much milk as they can and oiling up their wings.

    (02:55)
  • Sudan Kob Singles Bat show

    Sudan Kob Singles Bat

    After a long journey, kobs begin their mating rituals - using their urine as love letters.

    (02:08)
  • How to Film Insects show

    How to Film Insects

    Martin talks about filming in the jungle with delicate equipment.

    (01:32)
  • Rhythm of Life 1 show

    Rhythm of Life 1

    Take a breathtaking ride on the tailwinds of billions of creatures marching, swimming and flying across the planet.

    (02:10)
  • Jupiter_MOBI2 show

    Jupiter_MOBI2

    Galileo saw the moons orbit Jupiter, and questioned the notion that Earth was the center of everything.

    (03:08)
  • VenusAndMercury_MOBI1 show

    VenusAndMercury_MOBI1

    Mercury's day lasts for three months and when the Sun sets, it is accompanied by a spectacular light show.

    (03:14)
  • Smile Trial show

    Smile Trial

    See what really happens when you smile, and how to spot a fake one.

    (01:34)
  • Game of the Future show

    Game of the Future

    Our brains take 1/10th of a second to interpret incoming info so are we constantly living in the past?

    (02:10)
  • Einstein and Monroe show

    Einstein and Monroe

    Our brain plays a trick on us when two completely different famous faces are morphed.

    (01:28)
  • Name Game show

    Name Game

    There’s a scientifically proven way to boost memory and it doesn't come in pill form.

    (01:49)
  • Time Expert: Chess Stetson show

    Time Expert: Chess Stetson

    Caltech's Chess Stetson gives you the inside scoop on the brain's perception of time.

    (01:13)
  • Making the Impossible Possible show

    Making the Impossible Possible

    Illusionist Max Darwin makes a young girl levitate in front of a crowd. Is it illusion … or reality?

    (02:21)
  • More Than Just a Pretty Face? show

    More Than Just a Pretty Face?

    A quick Brain Game tests your ability to spot the pretty face.

    (02:43)
  • Brain Games DIY: The Clothing Game show

    Brain Games DIY: The Clothing Game

    Follow along with Professor Coren Apicella as she tests out just how much the color of an outfit affects your perception of...

    (01:42)
  • Crash Breakdown show

    Crash Breakdown

    An 81 year old driver loses control and crashes into a storefront window.

    (02:11)
  • Newly Hasidic Life show

    Newly Hasidic Life

    A new convert adjusts to the Hasidic lifestyle.

    (02:57)