History of STEM
(A History of Scientific Thought)
Prehistoric times through the Renaissance
History of Science
Intro to History of Science: Crash Course History of Science #1
We've been asking big questions for a really long time and we've all wanted to explore how we've sought to answer those questions through the centuries. Questions like, "What is stuff?" and "Where are we?" have inspired people all over the world to investigate. So lets dive in and see how we, as a people, have tried to figure this stuff out in this first episode of Crash Course History of Science!
History of science Facts for Kids - Kiddle encyclopedia
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Science for kids | National Geographic Kids
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Famous Scientist Facts & Quotes - Science for Kids
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About 1001 Inventions
1001 Inventions is a leading and award-winning international science and cultural heritage organisation engaging over 200 million people. Muslim civilisation stretched from Spain to China. From the 7th century onwards, men and women of different faiths and cultures built on knowledge from ancient civilisations, making breakthroughs that have left their mark on our world. Learn more about the 1001 Inventions educational programmes, blockbuster exhibitions, award-winning films, books and international productions: http://www.1001inventions.com
1001 Inventions is a UK based not-for-profit science and cultural heritage organisation founded in 2006.
1001 Inventions creates and delivers global educational initiatives aiming to spark young people’s interest in science while promoting diversity and inclusion.
Through a network of strategic partners, 1001 Inventions has engaged and educated more than 450 million people globally through world-class transmedia productions including interactive exhibits, films, immersive live shows, hands-on workshops, digital content, books and learning material.
1001 Inventions initiatives celebrate the contributions of lesser-known inspirational men and women of different faiths and cultures during the golden age of Muslim civilisation that spread from Spain to China.
[FILM] 1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets - starring Sir Ben Kingsley (English Version)
Three school children visit a dusty library to research the story of 'The Dark Ages'. What they find changes their world view dramatically as ingenious inventors and pioneers of science and culture are vividly brought to life. From producer Ahmed Salim and starring Oscar-winning legend Sir Ben Kingsley in the role of The Librarian, this astounding movie provides an eye-opening introduction to the 1001 Inventions initiative.
through the Bronze Age
Fire - Wheel - Alphabet - Timekeeping - Domestication of the Horse - Ocean Travel - The Bronze Age
When Did We Discover Fire? Here's What Experts Actually Know
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Burning Story: The Role of Fire in the History of Life | BioScience
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Human Ancestors Tamed Fire Earlier Than Thought - HISTORY
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Kids Stories - A YOUNG GIRL'S DISCOVERY OF FIRE KIDS STORY Kids Stories
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SciShow Kids - Why Is Fire Hot?
Whether you're out camping, cooking, or snuggled up in front of your fireplace, you know that fire is hot! But why? Join Jessi and Squeaks to learn how fires turn wood or other fuel into useful heat!
It's Okay To Be Smart - What Is Fire?
Why does fire burn? What's the chemistry and physics of a flame? This week, learn about the beautiful science happening inside a flame! Michael Faraday's Christmas lectures on candle chemistry: http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/c... http://www.bartleby.com/30/7.html Flames in space: http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/... Richard Feynman talking about fire: http://www.itsokaytobesmart.com/post/...
Wheel Facts for Kids - Kiddle encyclopedia
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Why It Took So Long to Invent the Wheel | Live Science
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A Salute to the Wheel | Science | Smithsonian Magazine
Waterstone Faucets - History of the Wheel
The evolution of the wheel throughout the centuries. From the ancient Sumerians to the Waterstone Wheel Faucet.
The Invention of the Wheel - The Journey to Civilization #03 - See U in History
Ancient History: The Invention of the Whell - The Journey to Civilization
Pottery Making Using the VERY FIRST Wheel
The Alphabet & Writing
Who created the first alphabet? - HISTORY
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Writing Facts for Kids | KidzSearch.com
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The History of the Alphabet - Behind the News
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Extra Credits - The History of Writing - Where the Story Begins - Extra History
How did the ancient civilization of Sumer first develop the concept of the written word? It all began with simple warehouse tallies in the temples, but as the scribes sought more simple ways to record information, those tallies gradually evolved from pictograms into cuneiform text which could be used to convey complex, abstract, or even lyrical ideas.
Extra Credits - The Alphabet - Origins of Writing - Extra History
Where did the alphabet come from? How did it develop, and why? The writing systems first developed in Sumer provided a basis for the written word, but their system of characters also inspired a shift to single phoneme systems where each letter represents a distinct sound.
Fun Time Facts for Kids - Units, Measurement, Definitions ...
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Time in History - Social Studies for Kids
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SciShow - A Brief History of Timekeeping
It’s time for another leap second! Join SciShow as we celebrate by exploring the long and strange history of timekeeping. Hosted by: Michael Aranda
A Brief History Of (Keeping) Time
A brief history of time…
SciShow Kids - Make Your Own Sundial!
Squeaks broke his watch! Luckily Jessi knows of a handy way to tell time, with a sundial!
TED -ED - The History of Keeping Time - Karen Mensing
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Where did time-telling come from? What are time zones and why are there so many of them? Get the answers to these questions and more in this journey through the history of time -- from sundials to hourglasses to modern clocks.
Lesson by Karen Mensing, animation by Avi Ofer.
The Horse, domestication of
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Horses and humans have an ancient relationship. Asian nomads probably domesticated the first horses some 4,000 years ago, and the animals remained essential to many human societies until the advent of the engine. Horses still hold a place of honor in many cultures, often linked to heroic exploits in war.
National Geographic Documentary - Horses - Amazing Story about this wonderful creature!
Equus "Story of the Horse" Episode 1: Origins
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Why Do We Ride Horses But Not Zebras?
Zebras and horses are very similar - so why do we only ride one but not the other? Skillshare is offering SciShow viewers two months of unlimited access to Skillshare for free! Try it here: https://skl.sh/scishow-13
PBS Eons - How Horses Took Over North America (Twice)
The ancestors of modern horses became so successful that they spread all over the world, to Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa. But in their native range of North America, they’ll vanish for 10,000 years. Until another strange mammal brings them back. The illustration of Equus Simplicidens--also known as the Hagerman Horse--is by Roger Hall. You can check out more of Roger's work at http://InkArt.net
Science Magazine - Sacrifice of ancient horses gives clues to their domestication
Genetic study reveals what Iron and Bronze Age peoples were selecting for. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2qcADQG Read the paper: http://scim.ag/2pmAA1O
The life and legend of America's most famous wild horse
Picasso is a nearly 30-year-old pinto who still roams free in the Sand Wash Basin in northwestern Colorado.
(Boats & Ships)
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SciShow - 6 Creative Ways People Used to Navigate the Oceans
People have been exploring the oceans since prehistoric times, way before they had GPS to help them figure out where they were. Here are 6 ingenious ways our ancestors navigated the oceans.
7 Things We Don't Know About the Ocean
The ocean covers 70% of the planet, but humans still don’t know very much about it. In this episode, Hank discusses seven mysterious ocean topics.
How did early Sailors navigate the Oceans?
Do you know how the early sailors navigate the oceans? The technology today makes it real easy to navigate the oceans. But it's very interesting to know how the early sailors managed to navigate without it. There's a lot of history on it. I tried my best to compile some important and interesting
TED-Ed: How does math guide our ships at sea? - George Christoph
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-does-ma... Without math, would our seafaring ancestors ever have seen the world? Great mathematical thinkers and their revolutionary discoveries have an incredible story. Explore the beginnings of logarithms through the history of navigation, adventure and new worlds. Lesson by George Christoph, animation by the Hobizals.
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-does-ma... Without math, would our seafaring ancestors ever have seen the world? Great mathematical thinkers and their revolutionary discoveries have an incredible story. Explore the beginnings of logarithms through the history of navigation, adventure and new worlds.
to the Iron Age
Bronze Age Facts for Kids | KidzSearch.com
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What was life like in the Bronze Age? - BBC Bitesize
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Bronze Age - HISTORY
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Stone Age to Iron Age primary school workshop
A brief video about our Stone Age to Iron Age workshop for UK primary schools. For more details please visit www.primarystoneageworkshop.co.uk
Woodland Classroom - Wild History: Journey to the Iron Age
Your school can travel back in time to the ancient past of the Iron Age Celts with our Wild History sessions which give Key Stage 2 pupils an inspiring, engaging and educational experience as they live as Celts for the day. We travel to schools across Wales and North West England. If you would like to know more about how you van get a Wild History session at your own school or event then visit https://woodlandclassroom.com/wild-hi...
Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age - Archaeology for Kids
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The Bronze Age Collapse - Before the Storm - Extra History - #1
Egyptians. Hittites. Assyrians. Myceneans. Long ago, these four Bronze Age civilizations lived together in a healthy system of trade, agriculture, and sometimes warfare. But then, everything changed when the Sea People attacked.
Museum of London - KS2 Prehistory – The Bronze Age
How did people make tools from metal during the Bronze Age? This short video, introduced by children, demonstrates how a bronze axe is cast using Bronze Age technologies.
Egham Museum - What was the Bronze Age?
Mining This Rock Unlocks the Bronze Age
To finally enter the bronze age, I pay a visit to Geevor tin mine (https://geevor.com/) in Cornwall, UK to collect a sample of ore and learn more about the history behind this metal.
The Presocratics: Crash Course History of Science #2
So, who was this Presocrates guy? Just kidding! Long ago, some philosophers worked very hard to separate myths from what they actually knew about nature. Thales theorized that everything in the world is made of water. Pythagoras was a mathematical-mystical vegetarian. And Democritus, we all know and love as the Atom Guy… Meet the Presocratics!
Euclid's Big Problem - Numberphile
Biographics - Archimedes: The Greatest Mind in Ancient History
Plato and Aristotle: Crash Course History of Science #3
Last week, we met the Presocratics: despite having by any reasonable standard invented science in Europe, these thinkers are lumped together today as simply “not Socrates.” So who was this smarty pants? In this episode Hank talks to us about Socrates and his two important students, Plato and Aristotle.
TED-Ed: Plato’s best (and worst) ideas - Wisecrack
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Few individuals have influenced the world and many of today’s thinkers like Plato. He created the first Western university and was teacher to Ancient Greece’s greatest minds, including Aristotle. But even he wasn’t perfect. Along with his great ideas, Plato had a few that haven’t exactly stood the test of time. Wisecrack gives a brief rundown of a few of Plato’s best and worst ideas.
Lesson by Wisecrack, animation by Aaron, Tom and Mathias Studios.
Quill & Ink History - Ancient Science: Introduction
GREEK MATHEMATICS - PYTHAGORAS
It is sometimes claimed that we owe pure mathematics to Pythagoras, and he is often called the first "true" mathematician. But, although his contribution was clearly important, he nevertheless remains a controversial figure.
TED-Ed: How many ways are there to prove the Pythagorean theorem? - Betty Fei
View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-many-w... What do Euclid, 12-year-old Einstein, and American President James Garfield have in common? They all came up with elegant proofs for the famous Pythagorean theorem, one of the most fundamental rules of geometry and the basis for practical applications like constructing stable buildings and triangulating GPS coordinates. Betty Fei details these three famous proofs. Lesson by Betty Fei, directed by Nick Hilditch.
TEDx Talks: A Conversation with Democritus | Ben Moore | TEDxZurich
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The Purpose of the lesson is to teach the students about five major atomic theories using inquiry-based learning. By allowing the students to be introduced to the historical backgrounds and having each group to create a three dimensional figure and a poster, it allows the learning process to be student-driven, inductive and interactive.
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Aristotle Science: The (Scientific) achievements of antiquities Greatest philosopher.
Are you a fan of Aristotle science and learning about history? If the answer is Yes then this video is for you! Today we will cover the scientific achievements of the renowned philosopher Aristotle, arguably one of the most important characters in the history of science. In this video, you will learn several interesting things related to Aristotle's philosophy about nature including….. Aristotle's metaphysics, theory of motion and how they related to Aristotle's works on cosmology. Aristotle's views on epistemology and how it affected how Aristotle studied the natural world. Aristotle's theories about biology and how it relates to Aristotlés ideas about the soul and humans relationship to the animals(+ a recommendation for a really awesome documentary on the monumental achievements Aristotle made in the study of life). If you're looking for more scholarly based videos on the history of ancient science like this one, make sure to subscribe to my Youtube channel, Right here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCkB...
History of India Facts for Kids - Kiddle encyclopedia
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Ancient Indian Science - History for Kids
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Math, Science, and Technology in India | Asia Society
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India: Crash Course History of Science #4
You might have recognized the names of some of the Greek natural philosophers. They were individuals with quirky theories, and we have records about them. But they weren’t the only people making knowledge back in the day. Today, Hank takes us to India to talk Vedas, Maurya Empires, and some really good doctoring.
Science in Ancient India - Barkha Dutt with Sadhguru
NDTV Consulting Editor Barkha Dutt engages Sadhguru in a conversation during the Penguin Random House “Spring Fever Festival” in Delhi. Among other questions, Barkha Dutt asks Sadhguru about the many statements being made about science and technology in ancient India. Sadhguru speaks about how there was a vibrant scientific community in ancient India, and explains that it is important that we move on from Greenwich Mean Time. The entire conversation is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxPlm...
Top 10 Inventions You Didn't Know Came From India
The Americas and Time Keeping: Crash Course History of Science #5
In this episode of Crash Course History of Science, we travel to the Americas to ask the question, "When are we?" and get some answers. We'll look at the Maya, Inca, and Olmec civilizations and how they recorded their science.
Olmec - Academic Kids
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Olmec and Maya Civilizations
The dates for these groups vary greatly depending upon the source, so materials you're studying may not match up. We used dates that were from current materials we trust and we include what some sources call "preclassic" periods as the beginning of civilizations. Poll at 8:58 asking what you'd like to see next.
Incas for Kids
Inca Empire Facts for Kids - Kiddle encyclopedia
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Threads That Speak: How The Inca Used Strings to Communicate | National Geographic
One of the great mysteries of ancient Peru is that the Inca did not have a system of writing, but communicated with a system of strings tied with knots. For the first time, centuries-old knotted textile accounting records known as quipus were found buried with well-preserved organic material. They were found at the archaeological site of Incahuasi, the base of operations for the Inca expansion along Peru’s southern coast.
The history of chocolate - Deanna Pucciarelli
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-history... If you can’t imagine life without chocolate, you’re lucky you weren’t born before the 16th century. Until then, chocolate only existed as a bitter, foamy drink in Mesoamerica. So how did we get from a bitter beverage to the chocolate bars of today? Deanna Pucciarelli traces the fascinating and often cruel history of chocolate. Lesson by Deanna Pucciarelli, animation by TED-Ed.
Chocolate - National Geographic
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Loco for Cocoa - America's Heartland
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How to Make $1700 Chocolates From Scratch
To explore what goes into making chocolate, I travel to Mexico and partake in every aspect of making it: from picking raw cacao pods and sugar cane, to fermenting and roasting, to turning it into actual chocolate.
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Inventions & Achievements - The Maya Empire for Kids
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May 17, 2010 - The Ancient Maya. Mayan civilization lasted for more than 2,000 years, but the period from about 300 A.D. to 900 A.D., known as the Classic
Ancient Maya 101 | National Geographic
Advanced Tech Reveals Shocking News About an Ancient Mayan City
In 2017, groundbreaking remote sensor technology revealed a stunning truth about the Mayan city of Tikal.
The Awesome Aztecs for Kids and Teachers - Aztecs for Kids
Aztecs - Kids Discover
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The Aztecs for Kids
Open Me! For more features and versions of this video visit us at: https://www.edyoutoo.com/videos Who are the Aztecs? Why do people study them? What are the major accomplishments of the Aztecs? How did social class influence Aztec life? Answers here! The story of the Fifth Sun featuring Nanahuatzin, Tecuciztecatl and Tonatiuh at 9:39
A day in the life of an Aztec midwife - Kay Read
Join the Aztec midwife Xoquauhtli as she tends to her patients and honors the warrior goddess Teteoinnan at a festival ushering in the season of warfare. -- The midwife Xoquauhtli has a difficult choice to make. She owes a debt to her patron Teteoinnan, the female warrior goddess at the center of the Aztec seasonal festival, who must be kept happy or she will bring bad luck. Xoquauhtli should participate in the festival today, but one of her patients could go into labor any minute. Kay Read outlines a day in the life of an Aztec midwife. Lesson by Kay Read, directed by AIM Creative Studios.
Engineering an Empire: The Aztecs (S1, E3) | Full Episode | History
In less than 200 years the Aztec's transformed themselves from a band of wandering nomads to one of the greatest civilization the Americas had ever known, in Season 1, Episode 3, "The Aztecs". #EngineeringanEmpire
Military - Roads - Cement - Domes - Aqueducts
Roman Engineering: Crash Course History of Science #6
The Romans developed a lot of infrastructure like roads and aqueducts to both help their cities flourish and to... you know... be better at war. But the interesting thing about Roman Engineering is how it was almost all focused on Techne and not Episteme. In this episode of Crash Course History of Science, Hank takes us down the road of road building, domes, and some really cool cement.
Naked Science - Roman Tech
What was life like in the Roman army? - BBC Bitesize
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TED - ED - A day in the life of a Roman soldier - Robert Garland
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The year is 15 CE, and the Roman Empire is prospering. Most of the credit will go to the emperor, but this success wouldn’t have been possible without loyal soldiers like Servius Felix. Robert Garland illuminates what life was like for a solider in the Roman army.
Lesson by Robert Garland, animation by Brett Underhill.
Roman Roads - Children's British History Encyclopedia
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How did the Romans build roads? Find out all ... - Fun Kids
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MANKIND - Roman Roads
Facts about Concrete | Science with Kids.com
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Ancient Roman Concrete Outperforms Modern Equivalent
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The Infographics Show - What Made Ancient Roman Concrete So Durable?
If Roman concrete was so strong and durable, why arn't we using the same materials today for modern buildings? The answer might surprise you. In today's educational video we're looking into why the Roman's way of building things has been left behind for new building materials.
History of Science - Roman Science - 6.2 Early Roman Science
“History of Science to the Age of Newton" is a free online course on Janux that is open to anyone. Learn more at http://janux.ou.edu.
Roman Aqueducts | National Geographic Society
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Roman Aqueducts Study Guide For Kids - Free Worksheet
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Science Channel - Roman Water Supply | Strip the City
Learn how Roman engineers kept water flowing for miles around the expansive metropolis. | For more Strip the City, visit http://science.discovery.com/tv-shows...
Islam, China, Europe
The Medieval Islamicate World: Crash Course History of Science #7
The religion of Islam significantly influenced knowledge-making in the greater Mediterranean and western Asian world. Islamicate scholars—meaning people influenced by Islamic civilization, regardless of their religious views—gave us terms such as “algebra,” “azimuth,” “algorithm,” “alcohol,” “alkali,” and “alembic.” We’ll dive into Islamic medicine and philosophers such as the great Persian polymath Ibn Sina in future episodes. For now, let’s explore the beginnings of Islamicate natural philosophy.
How Early Islamic Science Advanced Medicine
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INVENTIONS & AWESOME FROM MUSLIM CIVILIZATION
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Activity Guides - 1001 Inventions
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Al-Muradi and his Book of Secrets, 11th Century (1001 Inventions)
Actor Sherif Altayeb plays Al-Muradi. Al-Muradi, who thrived in Al-Andalus in the 11th century, wrote 'The Book of Secrets about the Results of Thoughts', describing water clocks, including one with gears, and other machines with novel features. His book also included descriptions of large mechanical toys, war-machines, machines for raising water from wells and a portable universal sundial.
10 Surprising Muslim Discoveries and Inventions
10 Surprising Muslim Discoveries and Inventions.
History of the Early Islamic World for Kids: Science and ...
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Rise and decline of science in Islam
Science and Islam in Conflict | Discover Magazine
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Abdus Salam: The Muslim science genius forgotten by history ...
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Ben Kingsley describes Al-Jazari's Elephant Clock (1001 Inventions)
Short clip from the film '1001 Inventions the and Library of Secrets' with Ben Kingsley as Al-Jazari describing his 13th century water powered Elephant Clock. Watch the full film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZDe9...
Modern Science Pioneer 4 Muslim Scientists
Until now, we always thought that European scientists were leading many discoveries. However, there are 4 Muslim scholars in our video and thousands of them are people who have taken the first steps in many branches of history. Let's watch...
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Paper - Printing - Gunpowder - Compass
Medieval China: Crash Course History of Science #8
Like Egypt, Sumer, and Mesoamerica, ancient China represents a hydraulic civilization—one that maintained its population by diverting rivers to aid in irrigation—and one that developed writing thousands of years ago. Today, we’re going to focus on the time of the Northern and Southern Song Dynasties, a time of great technical innovation. But, before we get to the Song, let’s take a tour through the ages and explore key elements of Chinese scientific culture.
Ancient Chinese Science Facts | Cool Kid Facts
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Simple History - The 4 Great Inventions that changed the world (China)
Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Gunpowder
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How Gunpowder Changed the World | Live Science
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Who invented Gunpowder? Inventions and Inventors for kids***
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TED Ed - The deadly irony of gunpowder - Eric Rosado
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In the mid-ninth century, Chinese chemists, hard at work on an immortality potion, instead invented gunpowder. They soon found that this highly inflammable powder was far from an elixir of life -- they put it to use in bombs against Mongol invaders, and the rest was history. Eric Rosado details how gunpowder has caused devastation around the world, despite the incandescent beauty of fireworks.
Lesson by Eric Rosado, animation by Zedem Media.
GBTIMES - The Chinese compass and explorer Zheng He (Hello China #9)
The compass was invented in ancient China and would go on to help Chinese admiral Chinese admiral Zheng He explore the world in the 14th century. Read more: https://gbtimes.com/zheng-he-the-firs...
The video is part of our “Hello China” series, a selection of 100 Chinese words that represent the essence of traditional Chinese culture, reflect its extensive and profound nature from different angles, and help people overseas better understand China and Chinese culture.
Printing Press - HISTORY
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Who Invented the Printing Press? | Live Science
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Printing, Chinese Inventions, China Ancient Inventions
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IT'S HISTORY - The invention of Writing, Paper and Print! l HISTORY OF CHINA
The invention of script, paper and printing can be credited to the Chinese. It was in China that Cai Lun, in his emperor’s service, made the production of paper suitable for the masses. Originally planned as a means to wrap things in, it soon became obvious that paper was more suitable for writing than the common bamboo stick. Guy will explain, how the Chinese printed written pages long before Gutenberg was born, how Chinese writing actually works and how emperor Qin tried to establish the standardized Chinese Han Characters, or Hanzi, attempting to unify the writing symbols for his country. » The Complete PLAYLIST: http://bit.ly/HistoryOfChina
Peekaboo Kidz - Invention Of PAPER | The Dr. Binocs Show | Best Learning Video for Kids | Fun Preschool Learning
Here's Presenting The Dr. Binocs Show SEASON 2 - Inventions Learn all about the Invention of Paper from Dr. Binocs himself
GBTIMES - Invention of printing (Hello China #12)
Chinese Bi Sheng is often credited with the invention of the very first movable type printing system. Read more: https://gbtimes.com/world-changing-ch.
CBS Sunday Morning - The history of paper
Most people only think about what paper does, and not necessarily what it is. Correspondent Martha Teichner offers a crash course on paper's importance to civilization - and its necessity in making toy airplanes take flight.
The History of Paper - PaperRecycles.org
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The Middle Ages in 3 1/2 minutes
An animated timeline from the book 'Science: a Discovery in Comics' by Margreet de Heer. More information: http://margreetdeheer.com/eng/science...
Quill & Ink History - Science in the Dark Ages | Medieval Science History part 1.
Viking Longships - Children's British History Encyclopedia
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Viking Longships - The Vikings for Kids and Teachers
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How to Draw a Viking Ship · Art Projects for Kids
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TED Ed - What's so special about Viking ships? - Jan Bill
As the Roman Empire flourished, Scandinavians had small settlements and no central government. Yet by the 11th century, they had spread far from Scandinavia, gaining control of trade routes throughout Europe, conquering kingdoms as far as Africa, and building outposts in North America. What was the secret to their success? Jan Bill dives into the history of the formidable Viking longship. Lesson by Jan Bill, directed by TOTEM Studio.
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Junior Scholars - How To Make A Model Viking Ship - Junior Scholars' Crafty Videos
Timelapse film of the building of the Grayhound update February 2012
Johannes Gutenberg - The Middle Ages - Facts for Kids
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Johann Gutenberg - Academic Kids
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Netflix Jr - Great Innovators: "Gutenberg and the Printing Press," by StoryBots
In the old days, only the richest people had books. But Johannes Gutenberg's printing press changed all that!
Timeline - The Machine That Made Us (Gutenberg Printing Press Documentary)
Stephen Fry takes a look inside the story of Johann Gutenberg, inventor of the world's first printing press in the 15th century, and an exploration of how and why the machine was invented.
How a Gutenberg printing press works
Demonstration on the only working model of a Gutenberg printing press--Crandall Historical Printing Museum.
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The evolution of the book - Julie Dreyfuss
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What makes a book a book? Is it just anything that stores and communicates information? Or does it have to do with paper, binding, font, ink, its weight in your hands, the smell of the pages? To answer these questions, Julie Dreyfuss goes back to the start of the book as we know it to show how these elements came together to make something more than the sum of their parts.
Lesson by Julie Dreyfuss, animation by Patrick Smith.
Traditional Bookbinding | How It's Made
See how a book is made through the traditional bookbinding process. Stream Full Episodes of How It's Made: https://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-sho...
HANDMADE PAPER | How It's Made
Ever wondered how handmade paper is made? Get the full history and 'making of' right here! Subscribe to Discovery UK for more great clips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c...
How to Use a Printing Press | How to Make Everything: Book
Andy completes his understanding of the history of book making by learning how to use a printing press and typesetting.
Science in the Dark Ages | History Today
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6 Reasons the Dark Ages Weren't So Dark - HISTORY
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Science in the dark age.
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How Dark Were the Dark Ages?
Were the Middle Ages, also known as the Dark Ages, characterized by oppression, ignorance, and backwardness in areas like human rights, science, health, and the arts? Or were they marked by progress and tolerance? Anthony Esolen, an English Literature professor at Providence College, explains.
Medieval Farming - History Learning Site
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Medieval Farming and the Farming Year - History
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English Heritage is a charity that cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites - from world-famous prehistoric sites to grand medieval castles, from Roman forts on the edges of the empire to a Cold War bunker. Through these places, we bring the story of England to life for over 10 million visitors each year. Our YouTube channel seeks to take England's story beyond walls and share it with the world. Subscribe and be the first to see our history-inspired videos when they go live: https://goo.gl/c5lVBJ Find out how you can support our cause: https://bit.ly/supportEnglishHeritage
Modern History TV - Medieval Hay Making
Middle Ages for Kids: Daily Life - Ducksters
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Daily Life in the Middle Ages
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Medieval Weapons & Tools - Middle Ages for Kids
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Medieval Knights | Knights For Kids | DK Find Out
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Ancient & Medieval Medicine: Crash Course History of Science #9
The history of medicine is about two of our big questions: one, what is life? What makes it so special, so fragile, so… goopy!? Two, how do we know what we know? Why should I take my doctor’s advice? Why are deep-fried Oreos bad for me? It may be tempting to look at medicine as a science that has simply progressed over time—that medicine used to be bad, and its history is a story of how it got better.
23 Medieval Uses for Rosemary - Medievalists.net
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Learn About Medieval Herb Gardens
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The Healing Power of a Garden - A Medieval View
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Medieval Monks' Garden, Abbaye de Daoulas, France
Don't miss out - my book, Journal of an Irish Garden, is now for sale... http://www.lulu.com/shop/rachel-darli... This video is about my visit in August 2016 to the Abbey of Daoulas in northern France, which has a reconstruction of a medieval monks' herbal garden. This video is about the garden. More information is here... http://www.cdp29.fr/fr/
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What kind of medicines did people use in the Middle Ages?
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What was Medieval Medicine Like? | History in a Nutshell | Animated History
Are your humours balanced? Do you need a hole in the head? Medieval medicine might look pretty unconventional by today’s standards, but for all its strangeness it wasn’t always as mad as it’s often made out to be...
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Medieval Medicine: Everything You Need To Know
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Hey guys! Welcome back to another episode of VOK! Hope you enjoy this one as much as I enjoyed making it! Medieval medicine is really weird lol.. Trephining, really?!
Alchemists & Alchemy
What was the philosopher's stone? - HISTORY
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The Real Philosopher's Stone: Turning Lead into Gold
With scientists’ efforts and their creativity, we finally found “the real philosopher’s stone.” That's right, we can now turn lead into gold... a little bit.
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Inside the Mind of an Alchemist - Featuring Larry Principe - Bytesize Science
The world of alchemy is shrouded in mystery. Alchemists tirelessly sought the recipe for the Philosophers' Stone -- a substance that could turn any base metal into pure gold. The Philosophers' Stone would give its user untold wealth and power, so alchemists were known to operate under total secrecy. They worked in codes and symbols -- to reserve their great knowledge for only those who were deemed deserving. Instead of the chemical formulas used today, alchemists created elaborate, fantastic illustrations of dragons, warriors, and monsters to represent the chemical experiments they carried out. Centuries passed, and many historical alchemical texts and images remain undeciphered. Luckily for the history of science, we have brilliant minds like Larry Principe of Johns Hopkins University
Prof. Jim Al-Khalili presents - 1001 Inventions: Journeys from Alchemy to Chemistry
1001 Inventions: Journeys from Alchemy to Chemistry is a short animated lecture narrated by Professor Jim Al-Khalili. Learn about the fascinating story of the secret world of alchemy and how it became the foundation of the science of chemistry. The animated lecture takes young audiences on a journey through an exciting world of science from over one thousand years ago. It brings to life the contributions to the foundations of modern chemistry by lesser-known pioneers from ancient cultures and civilisations including the remarkable work of the 8th century pioneering polymath Jabir ibn Hayyan, also known as Geber. Lecture by Professor Jim Al-Khalili, renowned scientist, author and broadcaster.
Cathedrals & Universities
Cathedrals and Universities: Crash Course History of Science #11
Until roughly 1100, there were relatively few places of knowledge-making. Monasteries and abbeys had special rooms called scriptoria where monks copied manuscripts by hand. But the biggest places where knowledge was made were the Gothic cathedrals. Then Universities came along, too. This is the story of those two institutions!
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Introduction and history | University of Oxford
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Education in the Middle Ages
It’s the most wonderful time of the year - time to go back to school! This week on The Medieval Podcast, Danièle takes a quick look at medieval education. Get the show notes at http://www.medievalists.net/2019/09/e...
The Medieval University
During the early Middle Ages, any type of higher education was usually available only in monasteries and cathedral schools, where Christian monks and nuns taught each other and preserved the writings of classical authors. But by the eleventh-century, medieval Europe was becoming more urban and complex, and royal governments needed highly trained men to run their bureaucracies. Students and teachers were also demanding better ways to be educated, and the solution to this came about with the creation of universities. Universities come from the Latin word universitas, which means...
The Medieval University (In Our Time)
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the medieval universities.In the 11th and 12th centuries a new type of institution started to appear in the major cities of Europe. The first universities were those of Bologna and Paris; within a hundred years similar educational organisations were springing up all over the continent. The first universities based their studies on the liberal arts curriculum, a mix of seven separate disciplines derived from the educational theories of Ancient Greece. The universities provided training for those intending to embark on careers in the Church, the law and education. They provided a new focus for intellectual life in Europe, and exerted a significant influence on society around them. And the university model proved so robust that many of these institutions and their medieval innovations still exist today.
With:Miri RubinProfessor of Medieval and Early Modern History at Queen Mary, University of LondonIan WeiSenior Lecturer in Medieval European History at the University of BristolPeter DenleyReader in History at Queen Mary, University of London.Producer: Thomas Morris.
The Fibonacci Sequence: Nature's Code
Hank introduces us to the most beautiful numbers in nature - the Fibonacci sequence.
Filippo Brunelleschi: Great Minds
Hank talks about Renaissance architect, engineer, and professional cranky guy Filippo Brunelleschi in this "Great Minds" dose.
Exploring the Renaissance
A specially commissioned short animation on the Renaissance for primary school students, created by the National Gallery of Ireland. Designed, animated, and directed by Leo Crowley, Devised by Sinéad Rice, Head of Education, National Gallery of Ireland.
Great Minds: Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci was one of the most diversely talented individuals of all time. His "unquenchable curiosity" led him to make discoveries and inventions that were beyond his time, not to mention his numerous artistic masterpieces. Today on SciShow, Hank takes us into the mind of this Renaissance Man and explores some of his many contributions to the world.
The Scientific Revolution
The Scientific Revolution: Crash Course History of Science #12
So, what exactly is a scientific revolution? And are they more than just moments in time Historians use to mark the beginning and ending of things through time? In this episode we'll look into some ideas and people named Nick and how they fit into science and the search to understand ourselves and our place in the universe.
The New Astronomy: Crash Course History of Science #13
This week on Crash Course: History of the Scientific Revolution—astronomical anomalies accrued. Meanwhile, in Denmark—an eccentric rich dude constructed not one but two science castles! And his humble German assistant synthesized a lot of new, old, and bold astronomical ideas into a single sun-centered, eccentricity-positive system…