|Rat-brain controlled robot||
Scientists at Reading University have created a robot that is controlled by living rat brain cells grown in a lab.
|Imagining the Tenth Dimension: A New Way of Thinking about Time and Space||
Starting with the dimensions we are all familiar with, this video then takes you step by step to the tenth dimension.
|Visualization of Air Traffic||
A visualization of worldwide air traffic during a 24-hour period.
|Child sex slavery in Cambodia: Part 2 of 2||
Part 2 of a shocking documentary about how girls are forced into sexual slavery in Cambodia.
|David Blaine: How I held my breath for 17 min (TEDTalks)||
An interesting talk from illusionist and endurance artist David Blaine about pushing the limits of the human body.
|A Vision of Students Today||
What are some of the most important characteristics of students today? How do they learn and what do they need to learn?
|My name is Lisa - Best Short Film of 2007||
A short film about a 13 year old girl whose mother has Alzheimer's Disease. Best Short Film of 2007 - YouTube Awards, and Official Selection - Short Film Corner - Cannes 2008.
|Christian the lion - an emotional reunion with former caretakers||
The touching story of Christian, a lion raised by humans who was released into the wild in Kenya and became the head of a pride of lions. Nine months later his former caretakers return to look for Christian and see if he still remembers them.
|You Suck at Photoshop #1||
The first in a series of Photoshop tutorials: Distort, Warp, & Layer Effects
|You Suck at Photoshop #2||
Photoshop tutorial on fixing your mistakes.
|Space Shuttle Discovery - March 2009 Launch||
The impressive looking Space Shuttle Discovery lifts off for its mission to the International Space Station. Discovery is the oldest orbiter in service and was first launched in 1984.
|Chimamanda Adichie: The danger of a single story (TEDTalks)||
A powerful, inspirational - and at times humorous - lecture by acclaimed Nigerian writer Chimamanda Adichie about identity, prejudice, misunderstanding, and the danger of single stories.