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Photovoltaic solar energy: from the photoelectric effect to global power generation and beyond 01:08:59

Photovoltaic solar energy: fro...

Kavli Medal and Lecture by Professor Henry Snaith FRS. The sun has been powering our planet for eons and solar energy is the route power source for th...


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Innovation Awards Winners 2017 - Boron doped diamond electrodes 01:45

Innovation Awards Winners 2017...

Our annual scheme, the Royal Society Innovation Award, recognises scientists who have developed a proven novel concept or prototype into a near-market...


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Pushing the revolving door 04:06

Pushing the revolving door

In a series of case studies, we have brought together ten stories of scientists and engineers whose careers have spanned academia and industry. Find o...


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The curious history of curiosity-driven research 01:22:12

The curious history of curiosi...

Explore the curious place of curiosity in the history of science. In the early modern period, curiosity was doubled-edged: it was both a virtue, the s...


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Wiring up the brain: How axons navigate 01:03:52

Wiring up the brain: How axons...

Ferrier Prize Lecture 2017 given by Professor Christine Holt FMedSci FRS The brain is made up of billions of nerve cells (neurons) that are wired toge...


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The chemical biology of mitochondria 06:42

The chemical biology of mitoch...

Mitochondrial biology is now turning out to be important in many disparate areas of biomedical research. Dr Mike Murphy is at the forefront of this re...


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Out in STEM 2017 01:59:38

Out in STEM 2017

The Royal Society celebrated LGBT History Month with a keynote address by Sir Dermot Turing. Starts 1.42. The theme for 2017 is Citizenship, PSHE and ...


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Computing for the future of the planet 01:01:55

Computing for the future of th...

Bakerian Lecture 2017 by Professor Andy Hopper CBE FREng FRS Digital technology is an indispensable and crucial component of our lives, society, and t...


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Climate change: catastrophe, hoax or just lukewarm? 01:09:33

Climate change: catastrophe, h...

Lecture by Professor Tim Palmer FRS Views about climate change can be very polarised. For some, it spells inevitable catastrophe. For others it is a m...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 2,449

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Work less, play more: can humans benefit from robots in the workplace? 00:00

Work less, play more: can huma...

This event is part of the British Academy's season on Robotics, AI and Society The Luddite uprising of the early 19th century pitted English textile w...


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Why we write - the history of science 01:01:50

Why we write - the history of ...

While it might seem that science is firmly in the telling camp and literature in the showing camp, scientific diaries and autobiographies seem to be s...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 1,041

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Frankenstein inspiring the monster 01:26:09

Frankenstein inspiring the mon...

The tale of a curious scientist who creates a sapient but grotesque Creature in a scientific experiment gone wrong has shaped science fiction writing ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 366

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1.3 - Brian Cox School experiments - Filtration 03:05

1.3 - Brian Cox School experim...

Real World Video (Sewage Plant) - The Brian Cox school experiments are designed to support teachers to carry out experimental science in the classroom...


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1.2 - Brian Cox School experiments - Filtration 03:04

1.2 - Brian Cox School experim...

Experiment Video - The Brian Cox school experiments are designed to support teachers to carry out experimental science in the classroom, and relate it...


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1.1 - Brian Cox school experiments - Filtration 03:02

1.1 - Brian Cox school experim...

Experiment Set Up - The Brian Cox school experiments are designed to support teachers to carry out experimental science in the classroom, and relate i...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 951

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2.2 - Brian Cox School experiments - Heart rate 03:25

2.2 - Brian Cox School experim...

Experiment Video - The Brian Cox school experiments are designed to support teachers to carry out experimental science in the classroom, and relate it...


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3.1- Brian Cox School experiments - Melting 02:50

3.1- Brian Cox School experime...

Experiment Set Up - The Brian Cox school experiments are designed to support teachers to carry out experimental science in the classroom, and relate i...


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2.1 - Brian Cox School experiments - Heart rate 03:38

2.1 - Brian Cox School experim...

Experiment Set Up - The Brian Cox school experiments are designed to support teachers to carry out experimental science in the classroom, and relate i...


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2.3 - Brian Cox School experiments - Heart rate 03:36

2.3 - Brian Cox School experim...

Real World Video (Athletes) - The Brian Cox school experiments are designed to support teachers to carry out experimental science in the classroom, an...


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1.4 - Brian Cox School experiments - Filtration 03:18

1.4 - Brian Cox School experim...

Science Video (Drugs Testing) - The Brian Cox school experiments are designed to support teachers to carry out experimental science in the classroom, ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 367

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