Traditionally, we've answered that question by comparing them to us. Winner of the for Science or Nature Documentary Program at the in 2017. The unlikely epic of 43 km of sand and 500 years of history: , off the shores of Nova Scotia. What followed was many years of hardship, more re-location, and eventually a return to their homeland. Jennifer Gardy explores current scientific research that will impact us all in the future, looking at technologies from 3D printing body parts to driverless cars and tree cloning.
Joel Hildebrand: David Suzuki travels to the University of California at Berkeley to attend the celebration of the 100th birthday of , who is active in science after teaching chemistry for many years. As one subject we interviewed said, it'd be a shame to do away with it. After just one year, many of the answers changed. The wilderness refuge of British Columbia's Queen Charlotte Islands is threatened by logging operations intent on harvesting the Sitka spruce. He enjoyed radio as a medium because it was less restricted when compared to television, but saw benefits in switching to television. This program brings the penis front and center for an unfettered study of the male organ's place in history, art, religion, and contemporary life. MacFabe and his team postulated that the overuse of antiobiotics that has contributed to an increase in Clostridia infections could also be playing a role in the pathophysiology of autism.
This program looks at a case of rheumatoid, the drug treatments available, and some of the therapeutic aids to assist a person suffering from the disease. When photographed under a microscope, that first inch of soil reveals itself to be one of the most vital of the life cycles affecting man. Microbiome is the term used to descirbe the trillions of bacteria that live in a delicate balance withing our digestive tract. One year later, she asked them the same questions, and again at 3 and 10 years on. The primary one is inattentiveness, an inability to concentrate. This documentary looks at the choices being made and possible less-invasive alternatives.
He discusses the general elements of various issues relating to conservation, environment, nature, and development, making the program readily understandable and potentially appropriate to a wide variety of audiences. Geothermal Energy: A look at how geothermal energy has been adapted to supply human needs on Iceland. Biological, environmental and psychological components are addressed, and guidelines for the prevention of human violence are provided. How might we settle there? The Galapagos are a living laboratory of incalculable value for the study of evolution. Non-subscribers can read and sort comments but will not be able to engage with them in any way. In New Wave Babies, scientists and Dr.
This program examines the many cures being considered for the hardening of vehicular arteries: faster vehicles, mass transit methods, supersonic subways, bigger and better expressways, air transport, and better control and direction of traffic. Have our attempts to lock this culprit up been misguided? These types of treatments, termed biomedical, mean there is new hope for autism treatment! When first asked, a subject was perhaps in a café with a friend when they heard the news. He stated that television had a greater impact as it reached more people, and this was important because he wanted to make science accessible to the general public. Sickle Cell Anemia: A look at what is known about the causes of sickle cell anemia, how it affects its victims and what progress is being made to alleviate and cure the condition. Not to be confused with.
Michael Robinette of the Toronto General Hospital. Recent studies are questioning the fragile unreliability of the human memory — with enormous implications for justice, psychology and our sense of who we are. They discuss the practical difficulties of transforming thermal energy into electrical energy. James include methylation, a biochemical cycle crucial for development and gene expression, as well as issues and oxidative stress. The evolving techniques of fetal diagnosis such as , and are also considered. In about half of those kids, it will carry on into adulthood. I have to write all these scripts, and that means sitting down at a blank screen.
Neem: A Natural Insecticide: Products of the , one of the world's most useful trees, are used to make everything from soap to insecticide. Researchers report that people diagnosed with depression may remember negative experiences more accurately than the rest of us. And what else happened there. The ancient craft of Samurai swordmaking and computer based steel production are also examined. Coriolis Effect: A brief explanation of the coriolis effect — what it is, how it is demonstrable, and its effect on weather. There were some symptoms that had always given me problems, such as procrastination and having an inability to focus.
After two decades as a successful therapist helping clients battle addiction, Mike succumbed himself. It out-eats other species and tilts the food chain in its favour, making it difficult for native species to survive. Because a low supply of dopamine is thought to be the culprit, adrenalin will increase the supply of dopamine to the brain. Kelp: A look at kelp harvesting in China, and the products that can be made from it. The conservation of rare breeds of farm animals, and the feeding behaviour of the phalarope, an unusual shorebird. The program emphasizes how computers store information, produce it on demand, and use the offered information in the best possible way.
Nicolas Baudin and Matthew Flinders' exploration and colonization of. Of particular interest to MacFabe was the Clostridial species because of its early colonization of the digestive tract, ability to resist antibiotic treatment and ability to cause opportunistic infection in hospital and community settings. But this is chronic, it's a whole host of these things all at once, and it happens in all areas of your life — at home, at work, in relationships. Michael Robinette of the Toronto General Hospital. Five Seasons explores this delicate relationship through the eyes of the Numurindi people who enjoy the benefits of the modern world, yet are still guided by the seasons and the traditions of the past. Yet tens of thousands of people are indicted every year because a witness has picked them out of a lineup.