Experiments investigating the properties of air.
Pendulum device that draws.
Scientific demonstration of how water boatmen walk on water.
Professor Powell talks about his stratospheric balloon, and we see it assembled. Bristol.
The way aircraft stay in the air is illustrated by use of air current experiments.
Surreal item examines numerous different forms of energy.
Tyre production and chemistry in the Volgograd region of the Soviet Union
Duke of Edinburgh visits British Rayon Research & opens chemistry building at Liverpool Uni.
Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, opens Physics and Chemistry Laboratories at University College, Cardiff. Wales.
Plastic soil produced in an institute in Byelorussia.
Strange spooky shapes are produced by adding dyes to water.
Dr Hepworth speaking about the work of organic chemistry.
Experiments with crystals - some time lapse photography used to show them growing.
Woman scientist does chemical reaction experiments at Chemical Industries Exhibition in Sydney.
Professors Otto Diels of the Kiel University & Kurt Alder of Cologne University.
Film demonstrating importance of teaching for the future of science.
Britain's oil interest threatened by demand for nationalisation.
Research into powers of the atom.
Great Documentary about standards of Quality in BMC cars - good for science shots and for cars
Pfizer plant produces new antibiotic terramycin for medicinal use and "for fattening pigs and poultry".
60-year-old tin of plum pudding opened to mark the 150th anniversary of canning, Leatherhead, Surrey.
Scientific approach to fire fighting gives great results.
Samples of seaweed and sea water are taken by employees of the Port Erin Marine Biological Station.
Some excellent footage from French centre for academics in Paris
Biology student Barbara Burr studies two orang-utans in their enclosure at Chessington Zoo.
Girls have a botany lesson on board a boat in Florida.
Students of the University of Miami try out new diving helmets at Rainbow Springs.
Pandit Nehru in Hamburg
An item about a new way of dying fabric: colours are created by chemical reactions rather than dye.