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History & The Arts
Humans have changed their view of the world through lenses, we see further and closer thanks to the power of this wonderful invention, could you imagine life without lenses?
Science, Maths & Technology
Using the Pulfrich Effect, it's possible to calculate the difference in speed in how quickly your eyes communicate with your brain. Why not have a go?
The short answer is that they weren't - but there's a lot more to it than that. Kevin Hunt explains.
TV, Radio & Events
In the latest episode of the series, the team look at a 1000mph car, make homemade glues and puzzle commuters with an optical illusion.
Initial results from the synchrotron radiation source show confirm an Egyptian link for the Roman paint.
Nature & Environment
Mark Brandon travels to the Falkland Islands to board the research ship that will take him to the Antarctic.
Professor Roy Sambles, an optical physicist, describes research into the proteins that create a metallic appearance on the wings of moths and butterflies
Derek Matravers introduces Descartes and Dualism.
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