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Make a waterproof tent

Make a waterproof tent Copyrighted image Credit: Production team
Introductory level Duration 10 mins Updated 27 Feb 2007
How would you set about waterproofing a tent if you only had what was to hand, your wits, and science to help?

Lanolin, Wool and Hand Cream

Lanolin, Wool and Hand Cream Copyrighted image Credit: Production team
Introductory level Duration 10 mins Updated 27 Feb 2007
Instructions on how to make hand cream out of sheep's wool, one of the scientists' challenges on the BBC/OU series Rough Science 3

Rough Science 3 New Zealand: Ellen McCallie's diary: Quakers

Rough Science 3 New Zealand: Ellen McCallie's diary: Quakers Copyrighted image Credit: Production team
Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 27 Feb 2007
Find out how Ellen approached the earthquake challenge for Rough Science in New Zealand.

Rough Science 3 New Zealand: Mike Bullivant's Diary: Quakers

Rough Science 3 New Zealand: Mike Bullivant's Diary: Quakers Copyrighted image Credit: Production team
Introductory level Duration 10 mins Updated 27 Feb 2007
Do sheep hold the key to allow Mike Bullivant to pass the waterproofing challenge?

Rough Science 3 New Zealand: Mike Leahy's diaries: Quakers

Rough Science 3 New Zealand: Mike Leahy's diaries: Quakers Copyrighted image Credit: Production team
Introductory level Duration 15 mins Updated 27 Feb 2007
How did Mike Leahy approach the earthquake challenges for Rough Science in New Zealand?

Rubber

Rubber Creative commons image Credit: By vagawi via Flickr under Creative Commons licence
Introductory level Duration 10 mins Updated 01 Dec 2005
Native Americans used it to make bags and play games. Today, it keeps the world moving. Dr Peter Lewis explains the history of rubber.