Woman scientist does chemical reaction experiments at Chemical Industries Exhibition in Sydney.
Experiments using electricity to shatter different kinds of materials.
Footage of Scientist experimenting with coal dust in laboratories.
An experiment to see how lions react to frozen food.
Experiments with electric 'man-made lightning volts'.
Experiments using electricity are seen at the Michael Faraday Exhibition in London.
Man rescue by plane in flight & special suit which prevents blackouts at great speeds tested.
The potential of a liquid air machine is demonstrated at Faraday Exhibition, London.
Postal rocket plane experiment goes wrong on a frozen lake.
Japanese experiments with a new Monorail system in a park in Tokyo.
Joe Noble uses diagrams and sketches to demonstrate the elements.
Hair research at Beecham Laboratories in Brentford, Middlesex.
Early writing and typewriting machines and insulators for electric lines being tested.
Educational film demonstrating the concept of surface tension
Machines which make "man-made lightning" are demonstrated.
Harmonograph recording two or more connected movements is presented at G.W.R Show.
An item showing varying forms of pressure and ways of measuring it.
An item showing microwave and radar development at Malvern, Worcestershire.
A look at the research and inventions that help scientists and explorers survive in antarctic conditions.
Scientists experiment on bread at Agricultural University in Holland.
A look at how magnets work.
Testing arctic clothing for airmen. Farnborough,
An item about a new way of dying fabric: colours are created by chemical reactions rather than dye.
Short film explaining how the refrigerator works.
A short film showing how and why crystals are formed.
Radioactive Isotopes are used as detector for patient with thyroid gland problems, Middlesex.
Double-decker bus is tilted on side as part of safety test at London Transport depot.
Diagrams illustrate how items stay buoyant.
Scales are not just for cooking but are also scientific tools as this item about precision balances shows.
Footage of safety glass being tested in Kings Norton, Birmingham.
Dr. Fry being interviewed about "Zeta" Zero Energy Thermo-nuclear Assembly.
A look at how the latest chemical compounds can be used in the fashion industry.
Crazy scientist demonstrates power of liquid oxygen - the stuff we breathe. Very interesting.
Hair fashions are out of this world in Wokingham.
Get a free haircut as a guinea-pig in a shampoo research centre.
This item shows various things that go to make up a woman.
A new cure for baldness is demonstrated - mad suction cup invention!