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VideoSep 2015

Pharaoh's snake

(3:10) Something from nothing? Mercury(II) thiocyanate decomposition initiated by applying heat.


VideoDec 2015

David Pakman - Massive methane leak in California is not news

(4:09) Did you know that a massive methane leak in California, discovered in October, is the biggest catastrophe since BP's disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.


VideoOct 2017

Brexit and the gold export illusion

(6:02) Brexiteers often claim that the UK exports more to countries outside the EU than inside. But is that true?

VideoAug 2011

Small nuclear reactor in the kitchen

Swedish man Richard Handl was arrested for trying to split atoms in his kitchen. Scientist from Nottingham University, Steve Liddle, discusses the issues.


VideoMay 2009

The World of Chemistry

Periodic party holds elements of fun

VideoSep 2013

Periodic Table of Videos - Chemical Weapons

(12:52) Professors Martyn Poliakoff and Rob Stockman from the University of Nottingham discuss chemical weapons, including Mustard Gas and Sarin.

VideoJun 2020

Two cents | Is gold a good investment?

(7:23) In times of uncertainty, gold can seem like an attractive option, but is it really a viable long-term investment?

VideoOct 2011

Laser dyes, a Halloween special

Great but expensive way to brighten up your Halloween. Professor Poliakoff from Nottingham University explains how laser dyes work.


VideoSep 2012

NASA pieces together the temperature puzzle

(5:49) The decade from 2000 to 2009 was the warmest in modern records. How NASA satellites help scientists study possible causes and effects of climate change.


VideoJul 2016

NASA scientist answers questions about thawing permafrost

(14:27) All you need to know about the permafrost and how it relates to climate change.