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  • Forces and Motion: the Physics of Car Crashes

    Bring Newton's three laws of motion to life with this DVD that uses extraordinary slow motion HD footage filmed during car crash testing to explore how energy is distributed during...
  • Electricity Generation: Non-Renewables

    Fossil Fuels and nuclear energy still account for over 60% of the UK's electricity generation and in some countries their use is even on the rise.  As well as containing...
  • Electricity Generation: Renewables

    The drive to reduce greenhouse gas emissions means that many governments are trying to decarbonise electricity generation.  But some renewables only generate electricity when conditions are right. They're also very...
  • Electricity Transmission and Distribution

    This DVD resource looks at how electricity is distributed from power  station to consumers along the National Grid.  As well as giving an overview of the entire distribution network, it...
  • Extraordinary Electromagnetism

    Nearly two hundred years after Faraday wowed his audiences by demonstrating electromagnetic induction, this DVD takes a variety of exciting and contemporary examples through which to explain the principles behind...
  • Waves: Seismic Imaging and Tectonics

    With exciting footage of earthquakes, engaging graphics and interviews with seismic survey teams this programme provides a fantastic introduction to waves and how they are used. The different types of...
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