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  1. Horatio Helps Out

    Date released
    8 Apr 1968
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    2027
    NoS ID
    027329
    Story no
    5 / 5

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Horatio Helps Out. DESCRIPTION: Pupils at a Surrey School are learning biology with the help of a new arrival. Found by a local greengrocer in a bunch of bananas, he’s Horatio the...

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  2. Synthetic Biology in Europe (2014)

    Subject
    Biology; Technology

    Synthetic biology is an emerging field in at the intersection of biotechnology, information technology and biochemistry with the aim to make biology easier to engineer. But what exactly are synthetic...

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  3. Science of Shakespeare, The (2016 Audio)

    Series
    Guardian Science Weekly Podcast

    Podcast. To commemorate the 400th year of Shakespeare’s death Science Weekly has found scientists from around the UK and Ireland who can reveal the science of Shakespeare, coverimg everything from...

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  4. Embryo use debate (1994)

    Genre
    Interview

    Leading fertility doctor, Peter Brinsden says he hopes to use eggs from aborted foetuses for fertility treatment and foetal material for research to prevent genetic diseases. He encourages public debate....

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  5. Marine Biology

    Date released
    20 Jul 1959
    Series name
    Colour Pictorial
    Issue no
    238
    NoS ID
    120752
    Story no
    1 / 4
    Extras
    1 film clip

    NoS Summary - Marine biologists take samples of seaweed and sea water using the research ship "Cypris" of the Port Erin Marine Biological Station.

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  6. Eggs from embryos consultation (1994)

    Genre
    Interview

    Ben Plumley, Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) spokesman, talks to Kevin Murphy about the consultation process launched today to decide whether to endorse the use of eggs from aborted...

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  7. Dolphins killed during tuna fishing (1990)

    Genre
    Interview; News report; Speech

    Report on a campaign in Europe by the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society against methods of tuna fishing that cause dolphin deaths after success of the campaign in the US. Speakers are marine biologist...

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  8. Antarctic - Over the Ice Cap

    Date released
    12 Oct 1964
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    1845
    NoS ID
    025710
    Story no
    4 / 4

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Antarctic - Over the Ice Cap. DESCRIPTION: Ten Nations are combining in a first big study of the Antarctic, including about a hundred British scientists. As well as mapping the area the...

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  9. Tour of Thames Water Authority (1976)

    Genre
    Documentary; Interview

    Christopher Hourmouzious reports on the various treatments that water goes through before being suitable for use. Laurie Moles from the Thames Water Authority discusses how water enters the system, as well...

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  10. Meiosis: The Movie (2012)

    Subject
    Biology

    A Flash animation demonstrating the process of meiosis.

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