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Educational Videos!

Welcome to our educational videos page! Here at NEWTON, we believe that visual learning, or seeing science, is best for some students. Below you will find a number of science and math videos that you can share with your students. They should your students to see science in action.

Also, if you have an idea for a great video for this site to link to, please click our Ideas page. We would love to hear from you!


Please pick a video below. The sections correspond to our Archive pages.
Astronomy Astronomy
The section contains various videos about astronomy. Videos cover a broad range of astronomy topics including black holes, galaxies, and the solar system. Also see a cool astronomy project going on at Argonne!
Botany Botany
The section contains various videos about plants, trees, flowers, fungi and more. Watch videos to learn more about plants and their lifecycle, and understand them better.
Chemistry Chemistry
The section contains videos about chemistry. Learn about different topics like organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, compounds, and much more. Even see some videos for real world chemistry projects at Argonne.
Computer Science Computer Science
The section contains videos about computer science. Learn about different topics like websites, programming, networking, and much more. Even see some videos about computer projects at Argonne.
Engineering Engineering
The section contains videos about engineering. Learn about the all different types of engineering from elctrical to nuclear. Also see some cool engineering projects going on at Argonne!
Environmental and Earth Science Environmental and Earth Science
The section contains videos about environmental and earth science. Learn about the earth that we live in and how to protect it. This section also contains videos from Argonne on how we are making a difference.
General Science Topics General Science Topics
The section contains various site and videos about science in general. The videos here cover a broad range of scientific topics, so there is something for whatever interests you!
Material Science Material Science
The section contains various videos about material science, nanoscience, and nanotechnology. It covers many different topics including creating cleaner materials and videos on battery development.
Mathematics Mathematics
The section contains various videos about mathematics covering basic topics such as algebra and geometry, and more advanced topics including trigonometry and calculus.
Molecular Biology Molecular Biology
The section contains various videos about molecular biology and microbiology. It covers topics such as blood flow, tiny bacteria, and various other topics.
Physics Physics
The section contains various videos about physics covering topics such as superconductivity, generating X-rays and much more.
Veterinary Science Veterinary Science
The section contains various pet care and veterinary science videos coving topics like nutrition, grooming, housetraining, and more!
Weather Weather
The section contains various videos about the weather. Learn more about atmospheric phenomena or simply check the forecast. The section also has information about predicting hurricanes.
Zoology Zoology
The section contains various videos about the animals and zoology. Watch videos about your favorite animal or use this section to help you better understand and appreciate the animal kingdom.




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