This animation demonstrates the type of engine most commonly used in cars.
The scene depicts the extremities of the Victorian era, presenting the throne room and a workhouse.
Some principles of physics can be demonstrated through the functioning of bicycles.
Lasers are devices designed to emit narrow, monochromatic, high-intensity beams of light.
Due to the Earth´s tilted axis, the angle of the Sun's rays at given latitudes continuously changes during the year.
Energy released during nuclear fission can be used for civilian or military purposes.
This animation demonstrates Sir Isaac Newton's three laws of motion that laid the foundation for classical mechanics.
Matter is made up by quarks and leptons, while interactions are carried by bosons.
One of the most modern means of transport is the Maglev, capable of travelling at speeds of over 400 km/h.
This animation explains transparency and opacity, the principle of radiography, and the light-absorbing properties of materials.
This animation demonstrates the structure of nitrogen molecules, with one sigma and two pi bonds holding the atoms together.
A phase transition is the change of a substance from one state of matter to another.
This animation shows the electron configuration of the calcium atom.
This animation introduces the studies of astronomers and physicists whose works fundamentally changed our view of the universe.
Space probes and Mars rovers examine the structure of Mars and possible traces of life.
The steam engine, perfected by the Scottish engineer James Watt, revolutionised technology.
Major phases in the history of theories and views about the structure of the atom.
Marie Curie, the only person to win the Nobel Prize in two different sciences, is probably the most famous woman in the history of science.
In benzene there are sigma bonds and delocalised pi bonds between carbon atoms.
The Rutherford Experiment proved the existence of positively charged atomic nuclei. The results led to the elaboration of a new atomic model.