Nature & Environment 

Darwin Now pod 9: Living legacy

Find out how Darwin’s scientific legacy is being carried forward in this year of the bicentenary of his birth.

Audio
15 mins

Nature & Environment 

Causing a storm

From COP15: Director of Creative Climate, Joe Smith, interviews Ning, Fenglei and Holly - three representatives of the China Youth Climate Action Network.

Video
5 mins

Nature & Environment 

Green Island

Professor Bob Spicer continues his CLAMP analysis of leaf structures with a visit to an island in the River Ganges.

Article

Nature & Environment 

Hugh's Wild West

Lifelong nature-lover Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall pursues his fascination with the wildlife of the West country.

TV Programme

Nature & Environment 

Do animals really raise human babies as their own?

Myth, history and popular culture tells of children raised by wolves and more. Do these stories have any basis in truth?

Video
5 mins
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Water for life

Atoms, elements and molecules are the building blocks of everything that makes up our world, including ourselves. In this free course, Water for life, you will learn the basic chemistry of how these components work together, starting with a chemical compound we are all very familiar with water.

Free course
15 hrs
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OU on the BBC 2017: From deep space to the deep oceans

Looking back over just some of our great collaborations with the BBC from 2017. Together, we've explored the universe, our planet - and the depths of London, metaphorical and actual.

Video
25 mins