Does Surveillance Invade Your Privacy or Preserve Our Public Safety? | National Geographic
In the 1990s deadly terrorist bombings prompted British officials to adopt the widespread use of closed-circuit television cameras throughout London and beyond. This extensive surveillance system helped solve the deadly bombings of 2005 but has also led to questions about ... National Geographic
What is Mercury Poisoning? | National Geographic
Also known as quicksilver, mercury (Hg) was once thought to heal broken bones and prolong life. Today, this chemical element is known to be a dangerous neurotoxin. Mercury poses a range of serious health risks including kidney damage, memory loss, ... National Geographic
Plankton-Spotting Satellites Can Help Determine Ocean Health From Space | National Geographic
For the first time, scientists are able to predict seafloor biodiversity using satellite images of the ocean surface.
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Meet the Intimidating Eel That Mates For Life | National Geographic
Wolf eels are master predators that live in the North Pacific.
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Brian Cox School Experiments - Careers in Science
The Society's Professor for Public Engagement in Science, Brian Cox, introduces our new videos and resources promoting experimental science in schools.

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Chaotic 1902 Arctic Expedition Revealed in Nat Geo's First Film | National Geographic
This 1902 filming of the disastrous Ziegler polar expedition is the first time National Geographic started to shoot documentaries in the field.
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One Strange Rock - Trailer | National Geographic
Hosted by Will Smith with executive producer Darren Aronofsky, One Strange Rock is a mind-bending, thrilling journey into the fragility and wonder of planet Earth. Premieres March 26 on the National Geographic Channel.
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Q&A - Beyond the Higgs: What's Next for the LHC? - with Harry Cliff
How do we know that matter only makes up 5% of the universe? Is there a boson for gravity? Harry Cliff answers audience questions after his talk.
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Beyond the Higgs: What's Next for the LHC? - with Harry Cliff
In 2012, the announcement of the Higgs boson made headlines around the world. But what has been going on at the Large Hadron Collider since? Physicist Harry Cliff will be your guide.
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Fly Through a Star-Studded Nebula In a New 3-D Visualization | National Geographic
This is a 3-D visualization of the Orion Nebula. The Orion Nebula is a nearby star-forming region in our Milky Way galaxy. Nebulas are clouds of gas and dust that are scattered across the galaxy. Specialists from NASA have combined ... National Geographic
Q&A - The Apocalypse and How to Avoid It
How could portable shelters be used in the case of an apocalypse? What's the hardest skill to retrain after an apocalypse? Panel discussion on what to do about the apocalypse.
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Scientific research glossary of terms
Here is a brief introduction to some of the scientific terms and procedures used by scientists at the British Museum.

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People of Science with Brian Cox - Sir David Attenborough (clip)
Sir David Attenborough talks to Brian Cox about his admiration for the achievements of Charles Darwin, and how On the Origin of Species inspires him in his work in the natural world. (1/6)

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People of Science with Brian Cox - Bill Bryson (clip)
The writer Bill Bryson talks to Brian Cox about his admiration for the US scientist, author and inventor Benjamin Franklin and his many achievements. (4/6)

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People of Science with Brian Cox - Sir David Spiegelhalter (clip)
Sir David Spiegelhalter discusses how the work of amateur mathematician Thomas Bayes and statistician Ronald Fisher helped to shape the current thinking of probability. (3/6)

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People of Science with Brian Cox - Dame Julia Higgins (clip)
President of the Institute of Physics Professor Julia Higgins explores the life and work of Michael Faraday and how his curiosity and passion for communicating science inspires her. (5/6)

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People of Science with Brian Cox - Dame Sally Davies (clip)
Dame Sally Davies talks to Brian Cox about her interest in antibiotic resistance and admiration of Alexander Fleming and Howard Florey for their development of penicillin. (6/6)

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The Apocalypse and How to Avoid It
In billions of years, the sun will expand to engulf the Earth and life on this planet will become impossible. But there are plenty of ways it could end much sooner!
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Living with gods: water serpents
Dragons, snakes and serpents appear connected with water across world belief and mythology. Professor Veronica Strang, Durham University, discusses the importance and prevalence of these beasts.

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"The FA Cup is a Priority" | Antonio Conte Previews Round 3 | NEW Emirates FA Cup Channel!
Antonio Conte looks ahead to a round three tie against Norwich, as he aims to go one better than last season and lift the FA Cup for the Blues.

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