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Game Changers

Game Changers

An original documentary series providing a compelling look at the business leaders and entrepreneurs who climbed to the top and changed our world.
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Northern Syria: Turkey-Russia agreement

Northern Syria: Turkey-Russia agreement

Videographic locating northern Syria. Russia and Turkey have agreed to ensure Kurdish forces withdraw from areas close to Syria's border with Turkey and to launch joint patrols
AFP
Mexican Formula 1 Grand Prix

Mexican Formula 1 Grand Prix

Videographic presenting the circuit ahead of Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday.
AFP
Single use plastics

Single use plastics

Videographic on single-use plastic pollution. Tens of thousands of pieces of plastic littering the planet come from just a handful of multinational corporations, an environmental pressure group said Wednesday.
AFP
How humanity plans to build a permanent base on the moon

How humanity plans to build a permanent base on the moon

How humanity plans to build a permanent base on the moon
Next Animation Studio
Bird populations in North America have declined by 2.9 billion since 1970, study finds

Bird populations in North America have declined by 2.9 billion since 1970, study finds

New research has concluded that the bird population in North America has declined by 29 percent since 1970.The study stated that almost 90 percent of the loss included common birds such as sparrows, blackbirds and swallows.
Next Animation Studio
Air pollution

Air pollution

Videographic on air pollution.
AFP
The carbon cycle

The carbon cycle

Videographic on the carbon cycle. Videographic looking at CO2. Man-made carbon emissions have seen CO2 levels rise two thirds in a span of a few centuries.
AFP
The Moon

The Moon

Videographic on the Moon. As it looks to return to the Moon, NASA is open to the idea of international participation, which could mean a non-American setting foot on Earth's natural satellite for the first time in history.
AFP
The British Royal Family

The British Royal Family

Videographic presenting the British royal family. Britain's Prince Harry said he and his brother Prince William were on "different paths" and admitted occasional tension in their relationship.
AFP
Here's What the First Space Hotel Will Look Like?

Here's What the First Space Hotel Will Look Like?

Do you want to book your stay at this hotel in the stars? How much would you pay for your experience?
INSH
Marine transport: harnessing the power of the wind

Marine transport: harnessing the power of the wind

Videographic on the technology that could make it possible for freight vessels to harness the power of the wind and reduce emissions.
AFP
Solar panels

Solar panels

Videographic on solar panels. Renewable energy sources could expand by 50% in the next five years, according to the International Energy Agency.
AFP
Harnessing the power of the wind

Harnessing the power of the wind

Videographic showing how wind turbines work. Renewable energy sources could expand by 50% in the next five years, according to the International Energy Agency.
AFP
Renewable energy

Renewable energy

Videographic on renewable energy technology. Renewables could expand by 50% in the next five years, according to the International Energy Agency.
AFP
The power of dams

The power of dams

Videographic illustrating the role played by the world's dams in renewable energy.
AFP
Meteorites

Meteorites

Videographic on meteorites and asteroids – the solar system’s earliest known celestial bodies.
AFP
New Philadelphia tower aims for LEED Silver certification

New Philadelphia tower aims for LEED Silver certification

U.S.-based design firm Practice for Architecture and Urbanism and real estate company Brandywine Realty Trust have unveiled designs for a pair of towers in University City in West Philadelphia as part of the Schuylkill Yards development project.
Next Animation Studio
New York borough Staten Island building seawall to prepare for climate change

New York borough Staten Island building seawall to prepare for climate change

As climate change brings with it the threat of increasingly violent storms, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and New York State plan to begin construction of a seawall in 2020 to fortify Staten Island's coastline.
Next Animation Studio
NOAA proposes plan to expand killer whale habitat

NOAA proposes plan to expand killer whale habitat

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has issued a proposal to extend critical habitat for the Southern Resident killer whales to better protect the whales as their population continues to decline.
Next Animation Studio
Rugby injuries

Rugby injuries

Three Rugby World Cup quarter-finals are held on Sunday. Videographic illustrating common rugby injuries.
AFP
The physics behind a moving rugby ball

The physics behind a moving rugby ball

Rugby World Cup quarter-finals are held on Sunday. Videographic examining the unique movement of a rugby ball through the air.
AFP
How Ebola attacks the body

How Ebola attacks the body

WHO Emergency Committee meets over Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Videographic on Ebola.
AFP
Ebola virus

Ebola virus

WHO Emergency Committee meets over Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Videographic on Ebola.
AFP
Who Owns Mars? | Unveiled

Who Owns Mars? | Unveiled

Can anyone own a planet? Humanity has had its sights set on Mars for a long time... But what happens when we finally get to the Red Planet? We often talk of colonising the solar system for ourselves, but do we really have the right to do so? In th...
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Why Humans Have Never Been To Mars | Unveiled

Why Humans Have Never Been To Mars | Unveiled

We've been talking about going to Mars for decades, but we're still no closer to actually visiting the Red Planet... In this video, Unveiled uncovers exactly why we haven't traveled the solar system to sample the Martian landscapes. One day we hop...
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What If Humanity Was A Type V Civilization? | Unveiled

What If Humanity Was A Type V Civilization? | Unveiled

According to the Kardashev Scale, a Type V Civilization should be able to harness the power of the Multiverse... A Type V being would be master of not just this universe, but all parallel universes as well! Humanity isn't close to that level yet, ...
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Why The Microverse Might Be A Reality | Unveiled

Why The Microverse Might Be A Reality | Unveiled

Welcome to the Microverse! For this video, Unveiled travels through the quantum world to discover whole universes trapped inside of a single atom! The microverse is a new theory, but it's one that's getting physicists very excited... What do you t...
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What If Humans Could Regenerate? | Unveiled

What If Humans Could Regenerate? | Unveiled

Regenerative medicine is one of the most exciting fields in science and medicine right now - but what's it all about? And how far can we realistically take it? In this video, Unveiled asks whether humans will ever be able to fully regenerate their...
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Is Space Travel Unethical? | Unveiled

Is Space Travel Unethical? | Unveiled

Humanity has always been fascinated by the stars, and in the 20th and 21st centuries we've started to really explore space! We've sent probes to distant planets, spaceships all across the solar system, and we've even landed astronauts onto the sur...
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The Secret Service has formally requested two jet skis to better protect the first family

The Secret Service has formally requested two jet skis to better protect the first family

The Secret Service has formally requested the purchase of two Kawasaki jet skis and one dual trailer to better protect President Donald Trump's family when they participate in water sports.
Next Animation Studio
Drones and missiles used in Saudi oil attack launched from Iran

Drones and missiles used in Saudi oil attack launched from Iran

Investigators in Saudi Arabia and the U.S. say there's a "very high probability" that the Saudi oil attack originated from Iran. A source told CNN that U.S.
Next Animation Studio
Newly identified salamander species may be the world's largest amphibian

Newly identified salamander species may be the world's largest amphibian

Researchers in London have identified a new species of salamander that may be the largest amphibian alive today.
Next Animation Studio
Why Space Travels Faster Than Light | Unveiled

Why Space Travels Faster Than Light | Unveiled

Nothing travels faster than the speed of light, right? Well, wrong! Actually, there's something that travels faster than the speed of light all the time - and that's space itself! In this video, Unveiled uncovers exactly how the universe works, an...
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What If We Could Build Wormholes? | Unveiled

What If We Could Build Wormholes? | Unveiled

Wormholes are the ultimate in sci-fi technology! Allowing us to zap across space and to other galaxies, opening up the universe like never before! In this video, Unveiled imagines a future life where humanity has mastered the art of building wormh...
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What happens to the body during a "fight or flight" response?

What happens to the body during a "fight or flight" response?

What happens to the body during a "fight or flight" response?
INSH
10 Ways Magnets Could Change the Future

10 Ways Magnets Could Change the Future

The future has big plans for magnets.
INSH
10 Ways Magnets Could Change the Future

10 Ways Magnets Could Change the Future

The future has big plans for magnets.
INSH
Turkish operation in northern Syria

Turkish operation in northern Syria

US Vice President Mike Pence met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday to push for a ceasefire in Syria after Ankara rebuffed international pressure to halt its deadly offensive against Kurdish forces. Videographic locating north...
AFP
Solar panels

Solar panels

Inauguration of France's first floating solar power plant. Videographic on solar panels.
AFP
Get away from it all...in space

Get away from it all...in space

Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson on Wednesday introduced the custom suits that will be worn by the first private astronauts. Videographic showing how holidays in space may soon become the latest craze.
AFP
Here's why it is so difficult to attempt a moon landing

Here's why it is so difficult to attempt a moon landing

Both Israel and India failed to successfully land lunar probes on the moon earlier this year because of a chain of malfunctions that occurred during the final stages of descent.Israel's Beresheet lander crashed during a landing attempt on April 11.
Next Animation Studio
Chicxulub crater rocks reveal details of asteroid impact that killed the dinosaurs

Chicxulub crater rocks reveal details of asteroid impact that killed the dinosaurs

A new study led by the University of Texas at Austin analyzed core samples from the Chicxulub crater and used it to assemble a timeline of what happened after the dinosaur-killing asteroid crashed into Earth.
Next Animation Studio
Genetically modified mosquitoes pass on deadly gene to native mosquitoes, study finds

Genetically modified mosquitoes pass on deadly gene to native mosquitoes, study finds

Researchers from Yale University have found that an experiment to release transgenic mosquitoes in Brazil as a way to reduce the mosquito population has backfired.
Next Animation Studio
Filipino village trades plastic waste for rice

Filipino village trades plastic waste for rice

Bayanan village is fighting plastic waste by giving its residents one kilogram of rice for every 2 kilograms of plastic waste they bring in. The plastic waste is then transferred over to the government, Reuters reports.
Next Animation Studio
How dogs smell

How dogs smell

How dogs smell. Dogs are an important part of security and rescue operations. Fire fighters were searching for at least nine people missing after a seven-story residential building collapsed in northeast Brazil on Tuesday.
AFP
Here's Why Your Brain Tingles From Soft Noises

Here's Why Your Brain Tingles From Soft Noises

Do you get a weird, tingly sensation when hearing certain noises? Here's why.
INSH
Food waste

Food waste

Every year, 1.3 billion tonnes of food produced in the world for human consumption is wasted. That’s enough to feed Africa, Europe and the Americas for an entire year.
AFP
International Space Station

International Space Station

Videographic illustrating the International Space Station. After an infamous spacesuit flub earlier this year that resulted in accusations of sexism, NASA now plans to carry out the first all-female spacewalk this week, it said Tuesday.
AFP