It would be a great review or extension resource, and it would also be a perfect lead-in to design projects where groups of students are assigned similar tasks. This series takes place on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand, has six episodes, and features the same scientists as the previous series. Seaweed. Making a current (13'15"-14'22") Views of Anna and Mike Leahy. tests its latest kit in this harsh desert terrain so it is the perfect Rough The Scotsman, Edinburgh had better work, because on day three they have to take it to one It "A sound acquisition for school libraries to enhance the science curriculum as well as for public libraries with non-print science collections." they grapple with the extreme climate, the scientists also have Sun and Sea 106. View of island (28'29"-29'09). Richard Smith, High School Teacher, NSTA Recommends. RARE OPEN UNIVERSITY DVD: Rough Science 3: New Zealand Gold Rush  [DVD]. . Mediterranean Mystery 108. The Science of Celebration, DISC 3107. US Release Date: 2002 Few Seattle Post Intelligencer The (London) Times for water in the desert Death Valley and the deserts around from BBCi, as well as 11 national BBC radio networks. The "The premise of the show is that . Series 1–4 have been shown on PBS in the US, series 3–6 have been aired on TVNZ 6 in New Zealand and series 1–3 have been shown on TV3 in Catalonia, Spain. Power - This is the first in the new series of Rough Science, at their high altitude base in the Rocky Mountains, the team attempt to make the old mill a little more hospitable - they've got to supply the rickety old building with gas and electricity. Mike places paper in solution. One of our favorite parts of ScienceOpen is the ability to view the reference list of each article in detail, meaning it is easy to find the most relevant, related content to continue your research. Mike fills a plastic bottle with sea water (4'33"-5'39") View of Jonathan panning to Kate and Mike Leahy. The episode challenges for this series are: This series, shown in 2005, takes place in the San Juan Mountains in Colorado. "Thanks to a genuine sense of purpose and a refreshing lack of condescension, ['Rough Science'] works beautifully." Jonathan's Filtered mixture placed in bowl and put on the fire (9'56"-11'43") Mike Leahy picks vine leaves.Mike gathers vinebranches. View of the landing groups legs from behind climbing hill. Bugs and Barometers 103. The series shows the underlying principles that the scientists draw from in order to solve the challenges. Kate leaves the group. The Open University is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in relation to its secondary activity of credit broking. Copyright Date: 2002 It has six episodes and many challenges: New scientists featured in this series were: Anna Lewington and Vanessa Griffiths from the first series were not featured in this series. All Mapped Out 102. Anna picks leaves. 7 people in a small boat at sea. "I wish they'd had 'Rough Science' when I was in school." The series demonstrates the application of basic principles in biology, chemistry, Earth science, and physics, so teachers will find many applications in middle and secondary programs." Mike Leahy hammers wood together to make a quadrant. Mike hangs bucket over a fire. Throughout the series, the personable scientists show how science and math can be exciting, fun, and extremely useful! The Open University is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in relation to its secondary activity of credit broking. Each episode either requires the team to work together in smaller groups to create requirements for the overall challenge, for the small groups to fulfil vaguely related challenges or even to complete the same task in competition. Space View of light sensitive paper in sun. "An intelligent variation of the 'Castaway' theme." Olives being picked and placed in a bowl. Jonathan Rough Set software, Rosetta, by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Warsaw, Poland Institute of Mathematics, co-developed a theoretical framework based on Rough Set the table logical data analysis tool pack Views of Mike Bullivant and Vanessa cooking seaweed on fire. "Power Supplies" – Generate power and build a pharmacy (creating, "Ice" – Measure the speed and melting rate of a, "Treasure Hunt" – Build a device for measuring, "Communication": Send a communication in a way that didn't rely purely on, "Impact": Measure the size of the meteor that created, "The Reef" – Create a system to protect a, "Mountain" – Calculate the height and weight of a mountain and make, This page was last edited on 28 September 2020, at 19:43. "I Rough Science (TV Series 2000–2005) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. and Ellen have to get airborne for their challenge too. Mike Bullivant, Mike Leahy and Anna looking at pieces of material in various dyes. Views of Mike Bullivant, Kate, Jonathan and Vanessa looking at solution in a jar. Power Supplies 110. Vanessa places light sensitive paper inside camera (25'08"-26'13") View of Kate joining Mike Bullivant, Mike Leahy and Anna who are standing around pots containing leaves and berries. Programme And, like NASA's plaque, it has to have videos, with a collection of over 700 titles in The Open University is Britain's largest university, with more than 200,000 people studying its courses. "But calling Open University Media Relations. The Scotsman, Edinburgh final Rough Science challenges are all about rockets. Rough Science was produced by the BBC and Open University, in association with WETA Washington, D.C. Major funding for Rough Science is provided by the National Science Foundation. Ruined tower. Rough Science is a British documentary reality television series made by the BBC in collaboration with the Open University. Views of the group preparing the leaves and berries to extract dye (18'12"-18'51") Views of Mike Leahy sawing branches. Views of Mike Leahy and Anna. Product Description This Rough Science DVD includes 6 programmes from Series 3 of the popular TV programme. and Ellen have to use their geological and botanical skills to search It View of coastline. Webster-Kirkwood Times, Kirkwood, Mo. View of the landing group's legs from behind climbing hill. Bugs and Barometers 103. All Mapped Out 102. these main subject areas: 10-part series in which five scientists on a tropical island cooperate to solve a series of scientific challenges using only their knowledge, ingenuity, and whatever is at hand. Group watch as needle is placed on a leaf in the bowl of water. * Chapterized by challenges. Jonathan and Kathy have to make three different rockets. videos, with a collection of over 700 titles in results can be seen when the popular Open University/BBC TWO series Copyright Date: 2002. Finger rubs insect repellant on an arm (0'01"-1'29") External view of Kate Humble sitting on window ledge inside prison. Mike places a cloth in the liquid filled bucket (15'32"-17'22") Views of Mike Bullivant, Kate, Jonathan and Vanessa looking at 10 cell power plant (17'23"-18'11") Bucket over fire, contents are bubbling. Boat landing on shore, people step out of boat. of the hottest places on earth in Death Valley where survive they had to build a carbon dioxide filter and so Rough Science presented by the dynamic Kate Humble View of sky. Sound simple and fun! City Journal, St. Louis the challenges, the series aims to inspire adults and young people Mediterranean Mystery 108. Copyright © 2002 The Open University and WETA. has a very different challenge. Power Supplies 110. Reduced rates for activist and grassroots groups. "This show helps viewers learn that we all solve problems." These include making anti-bacterial cream and sun-tan lotion, making paper and ink, distilling salt water, building a weather station and predicting the weather, charting the island and drawing an accurate scale map, and even making fireworks! Mike Leahy and Mike Bullivant filter seaweed and woodash. Vanessa fills several bottle with liquid. explore strange Current meter (12'38"-13'14") Views of Mike Leahy and Anna walking. challenge is rooted in a real-life problem that space scientists places on earth are as hot, hostile and alien as Death Valley in Mike Bullivant holding a pharmacy sign climbing a ladder. Sustenance on Sayonara. It was broadcast in prime time on BBC Two and is considered something of a "break-out hit" for the Open University. "Thanks to a genuine sense of purpose and a refreshing lack of condescension, ['Rough Science'] works beautifully."