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Desert Whales

30 Minutes Age Group: - years

Natural Disasters

30 Minutes Age Group: - years

Last Stand of The Great Bear

60 Minutes Age Group: - years
Available in English Only

Whales In Crisis

60 Minutes Age Group: - years
Available in English Only

Dinosaurs

30 Minutes Age Group: - years
Dinosaurs are a diverse group of animals of the clade Dinosauria. They first appeared during the Triassic period, 230 million years ago, and were the dominant terrestrial vertebrates until the end of the Cretaceous (65 million years ago), when the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event. The fossil record indicates that birds evolved from theropod dinosaurs during the Jurassic Period. This movie shows a lot of scientific facts and the recent studies in this issue in a funny way.

Welcome to Mars

45 Minutes Age Group: - years
Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in the Solar System. The planet is named after the Roman god of war, Mars. It is often described as the "Red Planet" The movie takes us to a journey full of innovation and hope. It describes an experiment to send a small robot, such as a small insect, to walk around on Mars and the target is to discover this planet by receiving pictures, signals and analysis of the rocks and soil of the planet for 90 days. The journey was interesting, exciting and amazing. Geologists are working on the study of rock types on the surface of Mars, which proved to contain sulfur which is an appropriate evidence that they are really rocks that came from volcanic eruptions, but they are looking for evidence of the presence of rocks containing the elements to not be found only in water and this get them to visualize the presence of water and life on Mars.

Space Technology

27 Minutes Age Group: - years
Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in the Solar System. The planet is named after the Roman god of war, Mars. It is often described as the "Red Planet" The movie takes us to a journey full of innovation and hope. It describes an experiment to send a small robot, such as a small insect, to walk around on Mars and the target is to discover this planet by receiving pictures, signals and analysis of the rocks and soil of the planet for 90 days. The journey was interesting, exciting and amazing.

Aeronautical Technology

27 Minutes Age Group: - years
The movie unravels a real aviation entrepreneur, who is Burt Rotan, who is a revolutionary plane designer. Rotan started off as a test pilot and reached quite an exceptional place in the aeronautics field. The movie shares Rotan’s passion for planes designing and building, which made him take a lot of risks during his career. Rotan’s innovation in aeronautics has enabled him to overcome several errors in planes industry and come up with revolutionary planes such as the voyager, which has been able to fly all around the world without stopping for fuel. The movie shows how Rotan has started off by selling plans and parts in the beginning, and then started his own aircraft factory and has gone through a lot until he has been able to build his scaled composite company, which is dedicated to designing and building planes from unorthodox materials called composites, which can be anything from light weight plastics to fiber glass or carbon fiber. The movie throws light on Rotan’s main goal which is not to keep pioneering airplanes but to usher in a new age of space tourism.

Bio-medical Technology

27 Minutes Age Group: - years
The movie takes us to a journey full of innovation and hope. The film talks about how to take advantage of the technology in the manufacture of living tissue devoid of blood vessels, such as cartilage and ligaments. The film also shows many inventions in this area which rely on linking the new technology and try to make use of them in the vital processes within a living cell.

Environmental Technology

27 Minutes Age Group: - years
This movie unfolds the footsteps of Dr. Richard Ballard, an innovator of the hydrogen fuel cell technology, who shares with us his worries of a repeated oil crisis in the USA similar to the OPEC crisis in 1973, and his dreams of establishing an energy self efficiency for the USA through the expansion of the Hydrogen fuel cells. He introduces his innovation which solves a threat of global warming by eliminating the internal combustion engine the great polluter. After fulfilling his dreams, Dr. Richard introduces his thoughts that involve a comparison of the number of cars on the road today and the urgent need of accessible hydrogen fuel stations to be able to achieve the mass production and distribution of such technology. At the end of the movie, Dr. Richard reveals to the audience the secret behind a successful innovator.

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