Videos

My Voice-My School 2016

Solidarity without borders, a classroom story

Rama's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2016

Matilda's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2016

Saleem's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2016

Finn's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2016

Amina's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2016

Roos' story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2016

Mushfique's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2015

Doha’s story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2015

Hafsa's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2015

Eliya's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2015

Aurelio's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2015

Hamza's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2015

Myrn's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2014

Sami's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2014

Millie's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2014

Mohamad's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2014

Craig's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2014

Ayat's story

Meet some of the students who participated to My Voice-My School in 2014

Nekton Mission I: Discovering the Rariphotic Zone

Nekton’s first mission to investigate the state of the deep ocean around the North West Atlantic

Nekton Mission II: The Indian Ocean (full length)

The least explored and most at risk of the world’s major oceans

Nekton Mission II: The Indian Ocean

The least explored and most at risk of the world’s major oceans

Pigs on the beach

Pigs rootle through the sand, eating invertebrates and turtle eggs

Stakeholder on the reef - Tourism operator

A series of stakeholder videos on the coral reef, filmed in Timor-Leste

Stakeholders on the reef - Local tourism

A series of stakeholder videos on the coral reef, filmed in Timor-Leste

Stakeholders on the reef - Fisherman

A series of stakeholder videos on the coral reef, filmed in Timor-Leste

Stakeholder on the reef - Government

A series of stakeholder videos on the coral reef, filmed in Timor-Leste

Stakeholder on the reef - Community

A series of stakeholder videos on the coral reef, filmed in Timor-Leste

Submarine recovery

Head out on the chase boat to recover a submersible

Submarine launch

Join the team to launch submersibles

Flying up a seamount

Fly up an underwater mountain in a submarine

Exploring the deep ocean

Take a dive into the deep ocean

Look! Driving with no hands! (360)

Take a ride in a self-driving car

Seaview Science: Collecting corals

Learn more about the science and technology of the XL Catlin Seaview Survey.

Seaview Science: The SVII

Learn more about the SVII, the camera used to conduct surveys of the coral reefs.

Seaview Science: Reefs in recovery

Learn about the Coral reefs' ability to recover from storms or other naturally occurring event.

Seaview Science: Giant clams

Learn how giant clams become so giant in this Seaview Science Video.

Seaview Science: Clownfish symbiosis

​Learn more about the most well known fish on the Great Barrier Reef.

Seaview Science: Jellyfish

Learn more about another amazing creature that lives in our coral oceans - the jellyfish.

Seaview Science: Reefs caves

​Discover the hidden underwater-world that lives in reef caves.

Seaview Science: Coral reefs

Learn about the importance of coral reefs with Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg​.

Seaview Science: Coral polyps

Learn about the various types of coral polyps with Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg.

Seaview Science: Coral coring

Learn about 'coral coring' - the process of dating or ageing corals.

Seaview Science: Changing reefs

Learn how the increasing levels of CO2 in our atmosphere are affecting our coral reefs.​​

Seaview Science: Biodiversity

Learn about the biodiversity of this amazing ecosystem.​

Seaview Science: Monitoring the reef

The science and technology of the XL Catlin Seaview Survey

Seaview Science: Science explained

What different types of science survey will the project be undertaking?

Seaview Science: Importance of coral reefs

Why are coral reefs important?

XL Catlin Seaview Survey: Introduction

What does the XL Catlin Seaview Survey hope to achieve?

Underwater classroom: Clownfish

Richard Fitzpatrick gives an underwater talk about clownfish aka Nemo-fish.

Underwater classroom: Coral bleaching

​An underwater lesson explaining the process of coral bleaching.​

Welcome to Timor-Leste

Who relies on the coral reef?

Snorkels and science

What measurements and observations were being taken on the patch reefs?

Underwater classroom: Reef shark

Shark specialist Richard Fitzpatrick shares his research methods when studying Reef Sharks.

Underwater classroom: Sea cucumber

Marine biologist Richard Fitzpatrick talking about Sea Cucumbers in an underwater lesson.​​

Underwater classroom: Wall of mouths

​A quick underwater lesson about the Great Barrier Reef's food chain.​

Coral expedition: Sailing home

How do the team feel about the future of the reef?

Coral expedition: Dive kit

Why do the team need all this different kit to work underwater?

Coral expedition: Dive signs

What other dive signs would you find useful?

Coral expedition: Boat tour

What might living on a research vessel be like?

Coral expedition: Sharing the science

How does sharing the data help other scientists?

Coral expedition: Day in the life

How does this compare to how you imagined a day in the life of a scientist?

Coral expedition: Navigating the reef

What tools and technology does Captain Frank use to navigate the reef?

Coral expedition: Setting sail

What kind of people make up the team?

A rude awakening

Ice crack: 'It went right through the middle of the tent'

Why are joints important?

​Sarah Outen shows how she uses her joints

An expedition diet

Sarah Outen shares her diet and favourite food

Staying healthy on an expedition

​Sarah Outen describes what she does to stay healthy

Failing is good

Becoming a good coder by 'getting things wrong'

Investigating the impact of microplastics

​Introducing the issue of marine plastics and its impact

Science under sail

An insight into field sampling techniques for plastics

Science in the lab

Find out how scientists investigate the impact of plastics

Science and society

How can science help understand the impact of plastics?

How have penguins adapted?

What makes penguin feathers so special?

Coral expedition: Wonders of coral

Enjoy the wonders of this unique environment

Building your robot

Assembling the mBot in four phases

What is code?

Introducing code and its relationship to hardware

Uploading code to your robot

Uploading code to your mBot ​in simple steps

Where am I?

Where am I? The first of three questions used to define mobile autonomy

What's around me?

What's around me? The second of three questions used to define mobile autonomy

What do I do next?

What do I do next? The third of three questions used to define mobile autonomy

Safety and autonomous vehicles

Learning about safety in the world of autonomous cars

Design thinking

Problem solving is the essence of Design Thinking

Prototyping

Prototyping is an important design exercise

Communications and marketing

Learning to sell a product to a target audience through the right channels

What is Code Smart?

What does Code Smart mean? Listen to 3 interpretations of why coding and robotics are important.

Glacier field science (360)

Enjoy a virtual reality experience of Arctic glacier research

Arctic skidoo ride (360)

Travel across the Arctic by skidoo in virtual reality

Into an Arctic glacier (360)

Drop down a 150 foot hole in a glacier in virtual reality

Igloo video diary

What's it like to sleep in an igloo in the middle of the Arctic?

Polar science cartoon

What is it like to be an Arctic scientist?

Phillipe Cousteau at the Ice Base

Why do journalists visit the Ice Base?

Kids igloo

Find out how to make an igloo

Ice Base Tour

Explore a remote field camp on the Arctic sea ice

Arctic field lab

What does a field lab look like in the middle of the Arctic?

Drilling the ice

Why is Pen drilling a hole in the ice?

CNN arriving to the Ice Base

What do you think the crew's first thoughts were?

Channel 4 News reports from the Arctic

Find out how a reporter viewed the Arctic science

Building an igloo

How do you build an igloo in the Arctic?

Ann’s food bag

How many calories does a polar explorer need a day?

Aerial filming at the Ice Base

An aerial view of the camp and the surrounding area

Training for the Arctic in Devon

Learn how polar explorers train for an expedition

Sleeping at -35 C

How do you sleep in such freezing conditions?

Ocean circulation

A video introduction to the science of ocean circulation

Catlin Arctic Survey expedition trailer

Watch the expedition trailer for the 2010 Catlin Arctic Survey

Cooking at the Ice Base

What are the challenges of cooking in an Arctic Ice Base?

Glacier field science time-lapse

Take a look at this time-lapse of glacier field work

Journey to Ny-Alesund

Travel to the UK Arctic Research Station

Glacier field science

Scientists take ice cores in Svalbard

Sea ice 1979 - 2012

What trend can you see in sea ice coverage?

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