Body parts

This animation introduces body parts on a male anatomical model.

The White House (Washington, D.C., 1800)

One of the best known buildings in the world, this is the residence and office of the President of the United States.

Transport processes

This animation explains active and passive transport processes occurring through cell membranes

Icebergs

Icebergs are blocks of frozen freshwater floating in the sea.

Amino acids

Amino acids are the monomers of proteins.

How does it work? - Computer networks

The Internet allows us to send data quickly to large distances.

Veiled chameleon

Chameleons are reptiles with an ability to change their colors.

The Moon

The Moon is the Earth's only natural satellite

Layers of forests

The layers of different types of forests may vary.

Legendary buildings

A selection of legendary buildings from the history of civilisation.

Photosynthesis

Plants are capable of converting inorganic substances (carbon dioxide and water) into organic sugar.

The Rutherford experiment

The Rutherford Experiment proved the existence of positively charged atomic nuclei. The results led to the elaboration of a new atomic model.

Lesser horseshoe bat

Bats use ultrasound to navigate and hunt for prey.

Darwin's legendary voyage

Darwin's legendary voyage aboard HMS Beagle played a crucial role in the development of the Theory of Evolution.

How does it work? - Turbojet

This animation demonstrates how a turbojet engine works.

From the Stone Age to the Iron Age

This animation demonstrates the development of the ax throughout archeological periods.

Lightning

Lightning is a sudden electrostatic discharge accompanied by a sound known as thunder.

Mail coach service (Great Britain, 18th century)

Before the emergence of motorised vehicles, letters and packages were delivered by horse-drawn carriages.

TGV POS train

The train operates between Paris and southern Germany, its cruise speed is 320 km/h (199 mph).

Windmill

Machines converting the energy of wind into useful forms of power were already in use in the Middle Ages.

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