Documentary Blog (757)
In our documentary blog, you will find hundreds of great documentaries from well-known sources such as Discovery Channel, History Channel and Nat Geo Wild.
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv) A panel of experts discusses the PBS NOVA program Can Alzheimer's Be Stopped? and the disease itself. Join Kenneth Kosik, MD (Co-Director Neuroscience Research Institute UC Santa Barbara), Sarah Holt (Producer and Director HHMI/Tangled Bank Studios), and Rhonda Spiegel (CEO, Alzheimer’s Association, California Central Chapter) and Francisco Lopera, MD (Professor of Behavioral Neurology, Chief of Neurosciences Program-University of Antioquia, Coordinator Group of Neurosciences of Antioquia).
NASA, PBS LearningMedia™, and NOVA come together to explore "DIY" Earth & Space Science. Hear how scientists predict solar storms and other celestial events, and find out how you can bring the same data, tools, and images to your classroom using digital media resources from NASA, PBS LearningMedia, and NOVA.
Nova: Time travel - Through Time - HD PBS Space Documentary What is time? Is time travel possible? For centuries, these questions have intrigued mystics, .
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The scale of things on the nano scale are smaller than the width of a human hair.Nanotechnology has been used in various fields such as computer science and engineering, physics, chemistry and biology.Flexible electronics and wearable electronics are among the many growing fields that owe their existence to nanotechnology.
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When the Great Fire of London was raging in 1666, there were no water pumps, no hoses, no hydrants, a limited supply of available water, and, worst of all, no trained firefighters to battle this ferocious enemy.
In this award winning documentary, NOVA captures the turmoil that tore apart the community of Dover, Pennsylvania in one of the latest battles over teaching evolution in public schools. Featuring trial reenactments based on court transcripts and interviews with key participants, including expert scientists and Dover parents, teachers, and town officials, "Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial" follows the celebrated federal case of Kitzmiller v.