The videos in this collection from teachers TV are aimed at secondary school science practitioners. They contain materials that can be used in the classroom, as stimulus material.

Clips in this section cover a wide range of topics, including:
* astronomy, space and the solar system
* Earth science
* genes, genetics and ethical implications
* how science works
* sound
* climate change
* elements, reactivity and the chemistry of fireworks
* renewable energy
* variation and classification



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Music's Energy Footprint

Produced by Teachers TV, this video looks at climate change from an interesting perspective. The UK music industry is working with energy and climate researcher Catherine Bottrill to reduce its carbon footprint. They identified three main areas of emissions: live music venues, audience travel and compact disc...

Journey to Etna

Produced by Teachers TV, this video shows Clive Oppenheimer, a volcanologist working on the latest techniques to monitor and predict volcanic eruptions. He demonstrates his work at Mount Etna, an active volcano in Sicily. Volcanic eruptions pose a real threat to communities living nearby. At their most...

How Science Works: Asthma on the Run

From Teachers TV, this takes a look into the research of biochemist Ceri Harrop. She specialises in respiratory medicine and developing new treatments for people with breathing difficulties.

As part of Ceri's...

How Science Works: Bad Vibes

Produced by Teachers TV, in this video, acoustic engineer Professor Trevor Cox describes a far-reaching internet experiment to discover the worst sound in the world. The video is an interesting way to show how science works.