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Insights and updates from the Ri Channel team as they create and curate the best science videos on the web.

Online video: the quiet revolution that’s transforming teaching

Posted by
Alom Shaha
Date posted
13.10.2014
Video in the classroom

Alom Shaha – Development Producer at the Ri and secondary school science teacher – on the power of online video in the classroom.

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Films that help parents bring science home to their children

Posted by
Alom Shaha
Date posted
30.07.2014

Many home science demonstrations fail to convey crucial aspects of the subject. The Ri's ExpeRimental films aim to change that.

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Join the conversation from your sofa

Posted by
Deborah Waller
Date posted
20.05.2014
Twitter symbol and words made out in sand

Not in London? Don't worry - here's your chance to hear from experts around the world

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A demo-inspired road trip...

Posted by
Alom Shaha
Date posted
11.04.2014

Alom Shaha explains why his inspiring experience of learning physics at school led him to produce a blockbuster teacher training film (of sorts).

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The Best Science Videos of 2013

Posted by
Ri Channel
Date posted
30.12.2013
Screenshot from Plankton Chronicles Sea Urchins

A top ten list of this year's best, most inspiring science videos curated by the Ri Channel team.

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What should the kids see?

Posted by
Rion Nakaya
Date posted
16.09.2013
thekidshouldseethis.com

From the vast quantities of free educational content on the web, Rion Nakaya curates a list of inspirational STEM storytelling in collaboration with her two children. Here she picks her favourite "not-made-for-kids videos for kids".

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Beyond the Gardens: a leap into video

Posted by
Natasha Waterson Sophie Doe Simon Waldron
Date posted
02.09.2013
Kew - Beyond the Gardens

The inside view of a unique video collaboration between Kew Gardens and Lonelyleap.

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100 years of Crystallography

Posted by
Sean Thurston
Date posted
05.07.2013
Lysozyme model

Explore our interactive timeline charting 100 years of Crystallography - from the groundbreaking work of the Braggs to the surface of Mars.

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Adventures in Archive: Faraday and Fluorine

Posted by
Frank James Robert Cawston
Date posted
02.04.2013
Faraday's notebooks

Telling stories from the Ri's Archive can mean highlighting failure as well as scientific success.

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The changing face of the Ri Channel

Posted by
Robert Cawston
Date posted
11.03.2013
Ri Channel screenshot

Thoughts (and memories) of redesigning the Ri Channel. Or, why we did this, but not that.

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