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Cutting-Edge Cars [electronic resource]

Technology has already drastically changed the design of the automobile with increased gas mileage and seatbelts. With continued innovation, what will the cars of the future look like? What will they be able to do? This film looks at the massive advances in all areas of car design focusing on safety systems that now have new adaptable airbags, run-flat tires, and extra protection for pedestrians?
Online
2007
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Future Gadgets [electronic resource]

These days we all have gadgets that we take everywhere we go. Some of us see our cell phone, tablet, or iPod as a necessity, not a convenience. This program looks at the future of gadgets and how they will affect our lives. From new computer gadgets to traffic-beating scooters, and satellite navigation for your cell phone, it seems like we'll be relying on our gadgets more and more?
Online
2007
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Crime and Combat [electronic resource]

Modern technology has given law enforcement new, non-lethal options when subduing an individual or controlling a crowd. There have also been advances made in body identification autopsies. This film examines the use of Tasers, rubber bullets, and beanbags in crowd control as well as the use of computers and software to identify bodies and perform autopsies?
Online
2007
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Extreme Surgery [electronic resource]

The surgical procedures being performed today are light years ahead of what was being done just a generation ago. This film looks at the innovations in this field of medicine. Viewers will learn about cutting-edge heart transplants performed on infants and dramatic new facial surgeries?
Online
2007
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Future Technology [electronic resource]

This film looks at how nanotechnology is changing our lives. From the virtual reality of the latest computer games, to new safety features for the cars we drive, and yes, even our holiday celebrations: nanotechnology has worked its way into our daily lives?
Online
2007
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Tomorrow's World [electronic resource]

Architectural technology has led to the creation of smart houses and greener buildings. This film discovers the technology behind compact houses that can rotate with the flick of a switch to take advantage of sun exposure and how safer skyscrapers are being built. See how this technology is being integrated into civilian and military buildings and get a look at how we might one day live in space.
Online
2007
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Mega-Projects [electronic resource]

Recent scientific advancements in the field of physics have included the discovery of Higgs boson and other new particles, thanks to the Large Hadron Collider. This film investigates the experiments that led to these successes. A visit to the world's largest prototype nuclear fusion reactor offers a glimpse at the attempts to find a new supply of energy.
Online
2007
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Animal Science [electronic resource]

How is science helping to save endangered species? This film looks at the cutting-edge science of pet medicine including fertility treatments for endangered rhinos. Viewers also get information on how animals are helping science like the parasites that improve our health.
Online
2007
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Future Bodies [electronic resource]

It seems everyday brings the announcement of a new medical discovery. Research being conducted into the development of an artificial uterus that could make traditional pregnancy a thing of the past is just one of the ways that technology is changing the science of health. This film explores the impact future discoveries will have on the fight against cancer and surgical procedures to correct deformities. We also see cutting-edge medical experiments conducting by astronauts on the International Space Station.
Online
2007
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Green Technology [electronic resource]

Protecting and fixing the environment is perhaps the most important use of technology we have today. This film discovers how fuel can be made from plants and how wave and wind power works. Take a look inside a new eco-house then find out how composting helps the planet.
Online
2007
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High-Tech Lifestyles [electronic resource]

How is technology changing our lives? Form our daily commute to dramatic changes in the offices where we work, this film examines the lifestyle changes that have already taken place thanks to technology. See how advances in textiles have led to the development of clothing that can adapt to the weather and even tell you when they need to be washed, and the research being conducted that will change the way we sleep.
Online
2007
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Space [electronic resource]

For generations, space travel was the stuff of science fiction with a few lucky humans actually having the experience. This film looks at the cutting-edge technology of space travel that may one day lead to tourist space flights. See how these new discoveries are being added to existing space technologies like the Hubble Space Telescope and the International Space Station.
Online
2007
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Robotics [electronic resource]

Advances in the field of robotics are offering hope to millions with cybernetic limbs now being developed that look, move, and feel like the real thing. This film explores the world of humanoid robots that are ready to perform tasks at home and in the office, as well as the race to create real artificial intelligence.
Online
2007
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Adrenaline [electronic resource]

Extreme sports are very popular these days as people push the envelope further and further. This film looks at how technology is employed in creating new experiences for those who like to live on the edge. Huge new roller coasters and cars that can drive on the water are just the beginning.
Online
2007
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Fat or Fit? [electronic resource]

With increased rates of obesity, come increased rates of heart disease, diabetes, and other health issues. New, high-tech methods are being tested that would help fight the battle of the bulge. This film takes a look at new methods of dieting, the use of technology in training programs, and an appetite-suppressing chip that lives in your stomach.
Online
2007
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Future Flight [electronic resource]

Aviation technology has already given us supersonic flight and stealth capabilities. The film examines advances in both military and civilian aviation. Find out how the world's most advanced fighter jet works; what the largest jumbo jet ever built looks like; how medical researchers are using flight to conduct experiments; and the design of planes that will soon be able to fly into space.
Online
2007
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Future Living [electronic resource]

Life in the future will be shaped by the research currently being done around the world today. This film looks at new anti-aging treatments, advances in video surveillance, even high-tech cemeteries. One thing is for sure: our world will look very different from what we know today.
Online
2007
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Defense Science [electronic resource]: How Does That Work?

Technological advances on the battlefield have led to a decrease in the number of casualties and led to better communication systems. This film looks at how surveillance drones, remotely powered vehicles, and improvements in training and equipment that help soldiers survive poison gas attacks. See how modern technology is changing the way we fight wars.
Online
2007