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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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Explainers Episodes

Adapting city life to climate change

Adapting city life to climate change

Videographic showing how cities can respond to heat waves. Northern hemisphere summers will deliver dangerously longer heatwaves, droughts and bouts of rain even if humanity manages to cap global warming at two degrees Celsius, according to a new ...
AFP
Mascara hacks you need to know

Mascara hacks you need to know

Say goodbye to clumps and lumps and become a mascara pro in a flash with these fab mascara hacks
2mins
All4Women
Chandrayaan 2: India aims for the moon

Chandrayaan 2: India aims for the moon

India's Chandrayaan 2 spacecraft entered lunar orbit on Tuesday, executing one of the trickiest manoeuvres on its historic mission to the Moon. Videographic on the Chandrayaan-2 mission.
AFP
The Top Ten Millennial Food Trends

The Top Ten Millennial Food Trends

There are some food trends that all of your pals have fallen in love with.
INSH
Fighting forest fires

Fighting forest fires

Videographic on wildfires. A wildfire raged out of control on the Spanish island of Gran Canaria Monday, forcing more evacuations as flames in some parts rose so high even water-dropping planes were unable to operate, authorities said.
AFP
The carbon cycle

The carbon cycle

Videographic on the carbon cycle. Australia is the world's third-largest emissions exporter, with more than a billion tonnes of carbon dioxide shipped abroad each year in the form of coal and liquefied natural gas, a think tank study showed Monday.
AFP
First Native Person to Meet British Who Came Ashore on the Mayflower Spoke English and Asked for a B

First Native Person to Meet British Who Came Ashore on the Mayflower Spoke English and Asked for a B

The pioneers that we now know as the Pilgrims were anxious, given many tales of vicious tribes, about how they might be welcomed on the shore of the Americas. And yet the first words they heard from a Native's mouth were: 'May I have a beer, pleas...
INSH
Researchers embark on a mission across the Northwest Passage

Researchers embark on a mission across the Northwest Passage

A group of American and Canadian scientists and students will be embarking on the Northwest Passage Project an 18-day expedition through the Northwest Passage aboard the Swedish Icebreaker Oden.
Next Animation Studio
El Chapo may serve life sentence at 'Supermax' prison in Colorado

El Chapo may serve life sentence at 'Supermax' prison in Colorado

Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman has been sentenced to life in prison, plus 30 years, by a federal judge in Brooklyn.
Next Animation Studio
Researchers uncover bacteria's drug defense system

Researchers uncover bacteria's drug defense system

Researchers have discovered how a group of drug-resistant bacteria defend against medicine.Gram-negative bacteria have an additional outer membrane that makes them strong against antibiotics and responsible for serious drug-resistant infections.
Next Animation Studio
Elon Musk unveils implant device that links brain to computers

Elon Musk unveils implant device that links brain to computers

Elon Musk has unveiled a wireless implantable device that he claims can merge the human brain with artificial intelligence.
Next Animation Studio
Russian-owned smartphone app faces privacy concerns

Russian-owned smartphone app faces privacy concerns

Photo-editing app Faceapp is facing security concerns over allegedly storing user data onto Russian servers. Faceapp uses artificial intelligence to alter human faces into aged versions of themselves.
Next Animation Studio
Mystery Salvagers Are Making World War II Warships Disappear

Mystery Salvagers Are Making World War II Warships Disappear

Sunken World War Two-era warships, weighing tons and acting as graveyards for the perished men who crewed them, are completely disappearing from their final watery resting spots.
INSH
The Japanese Pufferfish Lets Its Art Do The Talking During Mating Season

The Japanese Pufferfish Lets Its Art Do The Talking During Mating Season

First impressions can be lasting ones, so when it comes to catching the eye of a prospective partner this pufferfish pulls out all the stops to create a mating masterpiece.
INSH
Social media linked to depression in teenagers

Social media linked to depression in teenagers

A new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics on Monday connected social media to depression in teens and not video gaming.
Next Animation Studio
What is Area 51?

What is Area 51?

Area 51 is a remote U.S. Air Force military installation at Groom Lake in southern Nevada, about 80 miles from Las Vegas. The BBC reports that the facility is so named for its designation on 50's era maps of the Atomic Energy Commission.
Next Animation Studio
Sadako Sasaki: Tragedy, Hope and 1,000 Paper Cranes

Sadako Sasaki: Tragedy, Hope and 1,000 Paper Cranes

When a young Japanese girl became a victim of war she didn't respond with anger, but with a peaceful gesture that still inspires hope around the globe.
INSH
Single use plastics

Single use plastics

Videographic on single-use plastic pollution. To accompany a text story moving on Friday on how sliver of Arctic Ocean ice extracted by scientists from deep inside an ice block was revealed to be riddled with microplastics.
AFP
Plastics: beauty and the beast

Plastics: beauty and the beast

Videographic illustrating plastics production and pollution. To accompany a text story moving on Friday on how sliver of Arctic Ocean ice extracted by scientists from deep inside an ice block was revealed to be riddled with microplastics.
AFP
Ocean garbage

Ocean garbage

Videographic illustrating the garbage in the oceans. To accompany a text story moving on Friday on how sliver of Arctic Ocean ice extracted by scientists from deep inside an ice block was revealed to be riddled with microplastics.
AFP
Melting ice caps

Melting ice caps

Videographic illustrating melting ice caps. July 2019 temperatures were the hottest ever recorded globally, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said Thursday, while satellite data showed polar ice shrank to its lowest lev...
AFP
Iran's nuclear deal

Iran's nuclear deal

Videographic on the nuclear agreement with Iran. A tanker carrying Iranian oil, released by Gibraltar authorities after being held since July 4, is preparing to set sail into the Mediterranean, a senior Iranian shipping official said Friday.
AFP
Global warming

Global warming

Videographic about global warming. July 2019 temperatures were the hottest ever recorded globally, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said Thursday, while satellite data showed polar ice shrank to its lowest levels.
AFP
7 Things you should never wear to a wedding

7 Things you should never wear to a wedding

These days weddings have fewer and fewer rules because couples are more progressive than they used to be. However, there are a few things to remember while getting dressed to make sure you're respectful of the ceremony and the people getting married.
2mins
All4Women
Does Getting Your Heart Broken Cause Cancer?

Does Getting Your Heart Broken Cause Cancer?

What impact has a broken heart on our body?
INSH
The Friendly Native Responsible for the First Thanksgiving

The Friendly Native Responsible for the First Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving traditions have changed over time, but it will always be a social event we owe to the efforts of one neighborly Native.
INSH
This Beautiful, Old-School Theater Has Been Abandoned for 40 Years

This Beautiful, Old-School Theater Has Been Abandoned for 40 Years

Loew's Poli Theatre has been diligently waiting for its classic splendor to be on public display again. For now, we offer a dusty look at its past.
INSH
Researchers restore partial vision to the blind via brain implant

Researchers restore partial vision to the blind via brain implant

Doctors have restored partial sight to six blind people by using an implant that sends video images directly to the brain.
Next Animation Studio
'Traffic light' food labels lead to healthier food choices, study finds

'Traffic light' food labels lead to healthier food choices, study finds

A new study by Massachusetts General Hospital has found that using "traffic light" colors in labeling food items results in healthier food choices.The study took place over a two-year period.
Next Animation Studio
Bridge collapses in Italy

Bridge collapses in Italy

Videographic locating the Morandi bridge in Genoa, Italy, part of which collapsed in August 2018, killing 43 people. A section of the Morandi highway fell during heavy rain, hurling dozens of cars and several trucks onto railway tracks below.
AFP
Guns in the US

Guns in the US

FBI agents in the United States have discovered a cache of some 25 guns and 10,000 bullets after arresting a teenager who made online comments supporting mass shootings. Videographic on gun control in the US.
AFP
Soviet-era submarine found leaking radiation under the sea

Soviet-era submarine found leaking radiation under the sea

Researchers from Norway and Russia have discovered radioactive leakage from a Soviet-era submarine wreck in the Norwegian Sea.The Komsomolets sank in the ocean in 1989, taking the lives of 42 sailors after a fire broke out.
Next Animation Studio
India moon launch delayed

India moon launch delayed

India's space agency was set to launch the Chandrayaan-2 lunar mission from Satish Dhawan Space Center on July 15 before the mission was aborted due to a technical error, reports India Today.
Next Animation Studio
Fake Samsung Update app has 10 million downloads, report finds

Fake Samsung Update app has 10 million downloads, report finds

A new report by the CSIS Security Group has found that "Updates for Samsung," a third-party app on the Google Play store, had been misleading users into paying for software updates on their Samsung phones.
Next Animation Studio
Solar panel device uses waste heat to purify water

Solar panel device uses waste heat to purify water

Researchers in Saudi Arabia have modified traditional solar panels into a system that cogenerates both electricity and clean water.Water and energy production are intertwined a connection known as the water-energy nexus.
Next Animation Studio
What If Time Travel Already Exists? | Unveiled

What If Time Travel Already Exists? | Unveiled

Time Travel has long been the holy grail for modern science... Some say we'll never be able to travel in time, while others believe we're close to achieving the impossible. But what if time travel already exists? If it's ever going to exist then s...
Watch Mojo
What If A Minute Was 100 Seconds? | Unveiled

What If A Minute Was 100 Seconds? | Unveiled

Why do we measure time in the way we do? And what would happen if we measured it differently? In this video, Unveiled imagines life where instead of 60 seconds, a minute equals 100 seconds. So reset your clocks, watches, computers and... well... e...
Watch Mojo
What If We Fitted The Sun With A Dyson Sphere? | Unveiled

What If We Fitted The Sun With A Dyson Sphere? | Unveiled

A Dyson Sphere is a theoretical device that covers the sun and sends all of its solar energy back to Earth... Which sounds like a fantastic plan, right? But what would happen if we really could build one? Is there such a thing as "too much energy"...
Watch Mojo
Notre-Dame fire catastrophe

Notre-Dame fire catastrophe

Short videographic on the Notre-Dame fire disaster. French workers on Tuesday began efforts to remove lead from the area around the cathedral - contaminated by a devastating April fire - sparking public health concerns and forcing the suspension o...
AFP
Vaccination and the immune system

Vaccination and the immune system

Videographic explaining how vaccinations work. Measles cases nearly tripled globally during the first seven months of the year compared to the same period in 2018, the World Health Organization said Tuesday, amid growing concern over public resist...
AFP
Ebola virus

Ebola virus

Videographic on Ebola. Scientists were a step closer to an effective treatment for Ebola after two drugs in a clinical trial were found to significantly boost survival rates, the US health authority co-funding the research said Monday.
AFP
How Ebola attacks the body

How Ebola attacks the body

Videographic on Ebola. Scientists were a step closer to an effective treatment for Ebola after two drugs in a clinical trial were found to significantly boost survival rates, the US health authority co-funding the research said.
AFP
Your Cat Mirrors Your Personality Traits

Your Cat Mirrors Your Personality Traits

How do you know if your cat loves you?
INSH
Operating On Babies In the Womb To Repair Birth Defects

Operating On Babies In the Womb To Repair Birth Defects

Do you think fetal surgery is a right choice?
INSH
Scientists Are Attempting to Open a Portal to a Parallel Universe

Scientists Are Attempting to Open a Portal to a Parallel Universe

Mirror version of yourself: Fantasy or reality?
INSH
Ten Little Known Facts About Area 51

Ten Little Known Facts About Area 51

Did you know these facts about Area 51?
INSH