Use the Gale eBooks database (link is below) to find short overview articles on topics related to your research.
View any of these films from our library databases, Docuseek and Films on Demand.
In this three-video series, material scientist, Zoe Laughlin, focuses on a specific domestic item to build: Trainers, Toothpaste and Brush, and Headphones. She explores the historical development and social context that we all identify with.
In an investigation that spans the globe, award-winning filmmaker Sue Williams investigates the underbelly of the international electronics industry and reveals how even the tiniest devices have deadly environmental and health costs.
This 13-part series explores just exactly where science went awry and led to new discoveries and inventions. Each episode shows viewers that even though some past moments in science may seem crazy to us today, they made perfect sense at the time—and vice versa! It also shows how these moments led either to a breakthrough in understanding or to a new product, which ultimately turned out to be something we enjoy and perhaps take for granted today.
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