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Science Clips Investigates

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2010-03-22 11:10:00
Reversible and Irreversible Change: Science for nine- to eleven-year-olds helping them develop their science investigation skills. Which are the safest fabrics in a fire?

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2010-03-22 11:00:00
Micro-organisms: Science for nine- to 11-year-olds. A look at how a lucky accident led to the discovery of antibiotics by Alexander Fleming.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2010-03-15 11:50:00
Keeping Healthy: Science for seven- to nine-year-olds. Does eating breakfast improve concentration at school?

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-12-03 11:20:00
Grouping and Changing Materials: Science for seven- to nine-year-olds. How do the sorting skills of a keen eight-year-old recycler compare to the machinery of a recycling plant?

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-11-26 11:20:00
Plants and Animals in Local Environment: Scientific investigation show for nine- to eleven-year-olds. How to spot the difference between a rabbit and a hare, or a frog and a toad.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-11-19 11:20:00
Sound and Hearing: In-depth look at a science topic for Key Stage 1. The issues involved with testing babies' hearing, and how sound effects for dinosaur animations are created.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-11-12 11:20:00
Light and Dark: Science for five- to seven-year-olds. Wee Willie Winkie needs some help choosing the best outfit for his job out on the dark streets.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-06-19 11:30:00
Reversible and Irreversible Change: Science for nine- to eleven-year-olds helping them develop their science investigation skills. Which are the safest fabrics in a fire?

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-06-19 10:30:00
Reversible and Irreversible Change: Science for nine- to eleven-year-olds helping them develop their science investigation skills. Which are the safest fabrics in a fire?

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-06-12 11:30:00
Micro organisms: Science for nine- to 11-year-olds. A look at how a lucky accident led to the discovery of antibiotics by Alexander Fleming.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-06-12 10:30:00
Micro organisms: Science for nine- to 11-year-olds. A look at how a lucky accident led to the discovery of antibiotics by Alexander Fleming.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-06-05 11:30:00
Earth, Sun and Moon: Science for nine- to 11-year-olds. Programme journeying back to ancient Greece and considering what evidence there was then for a spherical earth.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-05-22 11:30:00
Keeping Healthy: Science for seven- to nine-year-olds. Does eating breakfast improve concentration at school?

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-05-22 10:30:00
Keeping Healthy: Science for seven- to nine-year-olds. Does eating breakfast improve concentration at school?

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-05-15 11:30:00
Friction: Science topics for nine- to 11-year-olds. Find out how engineers monitor road surfaces to make sure they don't get too slippery. Plus, self-waxing skis are put to the test.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-05-15 10:30:00
Friction: Science topics for nine- to 11-year-olds. Find out how engineers monitor road surfaces to make sure they don't get too slippery. Plus, self-waxing skis are put to the test.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-05-08 11:30:00
Habitats: Science for seven- to nine-year-olds. How 30 years of one man's note-taking is helping scientists find out if spring is arriving earlier. Plus, the BBC Springwatch survey.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-05-08 10:30:00
Habitats: Science for seven- to nine-year-olds. How 30 years of one man's note-taking is helping scientists find out if spring is arriving earlier. Plus, the BBC Springwatch survey.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-04-24 11:30:00
Teeth and Eating: In-depth look at a science topic for seven to nine year olds. Discover how toothpaste is formulated, and how scientists investigate the effect of drinks on teeth.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-03-06 11:30:00
Habitats: Science for seven- to nine-year-olds. How 30 years of one man's note-taking is helping scientists find out if spring is arriving earlier. Plus, the BBC Springwatch survey.

> Science Clips Investigates on BBC Two at 2009-02-06 11:30:00
Teeth and Eating: In-depth look at a science topic for seven to nine year olds. Discover how toothpaste is formulated, and how scientists investigate the effect of drinks on teeth.

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-05 13:40:00
Reversible and Irreversible Change: Which are the safest fabrics in a fire? This programme compares how four different fabrics burn, with dramatically different results.

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-05 13:30:00
Micro Organisms: Discovering how a lucky accident by Alexander Fleming led to the discovery of antibiotics.

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-05 13:20:00
Earth, Sun and Moon: Programme journeying back to Ancient Greece and considering what evidence there was then for a spherical earth.

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-05 13:10:00
Keeping Healthy: Does eating breakfast improve concentration at school?

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-05 13:00:00
Friction: Find out how engineers monitor road surfaces to make sure they don't get too slippery. Plus, self-waxing skis are put to the test.

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-05 12:55:00
Habitats: How 30 years of one man's note-taking is helping scientists find out if spring is arriving earlier.

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-04 13:00:00
Characteristics of Materials: Find out why the UK's playgrounds are amongst the safest in the world, and how they make the slime, gunge and snot that gets splattered over childrens' TV.

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-04 12:50:00
Teeth and Eating: Find out how a new toothpaste is developed and learn about the effects of different drinks on teeth.

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-04 12:40:00
Grouping and Changing Materials: Find out how the sorting skills of a keen eight year-old recycler compare to the automated machinery of the most advanced recycling plant in Europe.

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-03 13:00:00
Plants and Animals in the Local Environment: A look at the differences between rabbits and hares. Learn how to identify birds by their song, and see what attracts butterflies to plants.

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-03 12:50:00
Sound and Hearing: How do we know if young babies hear and how do tests on babies hearing work? Plus, how are dinosaur noises made for animation?

> Science Clips Investigates on CBBC at 2008-03-03 12:40:00
Light and Dark: Wee Willie Winkie needs help choosing an outfit for his job on dark streets. How do graphic designers turn day to night on flight simulators?

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