Digestion of food

The digestive system plays a critical role in ...

Denatured enzyme

The enzyme is a protein, and at high ...

Villi in the small intestine

Millions of tiny finger-like structures ...

Action of sucrase on sucrose

Sucrose binds to the active site on sucrase ...

Why is energy important?

Peter Hall from Scion explains why we need ...

Pressure drag

Pressure drag is caused by the air particles ...

Function of the large intestine

Dr Juliet Ansell is a Science Group Leader at ...

Oil formation

This animated video demonstrates the ...

What fuels the Sun?

In this video, Associate Professor Bob Lloyd ...

States of matter concept map

States of matter concept map showing the ...

Potential and kinetic energy

Energy can also be divided into two main ...

Breakdown of glucose

In the cell cytoplasm, glucose is broken down ...

Gut bacteria and health

Dr Juliet Ansell is a Science Group Leader at ...

Earth's structural layers

The currently accepted theory of the Earth’s ...

Total daily energy expenditure

Percentage breakdown of total daily energy ...

What is rolling resistance?

Dr Mark Jermy from the University of ...

Aerodynamics and drag

Dr Mark Jermy and PhD student Lindsey ...

Wavelengths of different wave types

Every wave has a specific wavelength, but ...

Seismic waves

When an earthquake occurs shockwaves of ...

Robot sensors

Robots need to interact with their ...

What are bioceramics and ...

Dr Michael Mucalo is a senior lecturer in ...

Fermentation in the large intestine

Fermentation of carbohydrate in the large ...

Free radicals and antioxidants

Plant & Food Research’s Dr David ...

Forward and opposing forces

Your forward force comes from pushing and ...

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