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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The Challenge of Solar Power

From Teachers TV, this Inside Science video describes technologies and concepts which are attempting to use solar energy as a renewable source of electricity.

One of the world's most visionary solar power plants is...

Chemistry in Forensics

From Teachers TV, this Inside Science video looks at two murder investigations and uncovers the chemistry and biochemistry behind the forensic testing that helped resolve the cases.

Ten-year-old Damilola Taylor died...

The Secrets of Spider Silk

From Teachers TV, this Inside Science video looks at an exploration into the properties of spider silk, a super material found in nature which has presented scientists with a real challenge to synthesize.


Build Your Own Nuclear Reactor

From Teachers TV, this Inside Science video is an accessible and informative overview of nuclear fission and the economics behind building a new nuclear power. The video poses the mock challenge; to solve the world's energy needs, why not build your very own nuclear power plant? The video describes: • nuclear...