Science & Technology

We have a large collection of video clips and animations covering science, research and technology. Our science & technology footage is used by film and t.v. producers, corporate communications, institutions of all sizes, design houses and education. These include:

Atoms and particles

Chemical bonding

Chemistry education

Communications and IT

Electricity

Elements and compounds

Energy - non-renewable

Energy - renewable

Energy infrastructure

Fossil fuels

Heavy industry

Laboratories

Light and radiation

Molecular models

Nanotechnology

Physics education

Physics research

Radioactivity

Schools and teaching

Sound and heat

Travel and transport

Science & Technology Showreel

View all the science footage and technology videos in the stock video showreel from Science Photo Library. Download straight to your computer.

Beautiful Chemistry

Our gallery of chemical reactions as you’ve never seen them before. Pin-sharp macro detail, speeded up to reveal the dynamic processes at work. This level of detail allows the intricate nature of the reactions to be seen, as we follow metals growing like snowflakes, colourful precipitation, crystals forming from solution, acid attacks and the almost lifelike growth of crystal gardens.

Education Clips

In this set we highlight the educational side of our collection. We look at sciences at every level of detail: the intricate interplay of the atoms and molecules that form the fabric of the world, the lives of the plants and animals that thrive on our living planet, and the grand and ordered dance of the Solar System around us.

Mathematical Models

These mathematical animations show how complicated and beautiful patterns can arise from relatively simple equations. Using modern modelling techniques, Christian Koch's work shows how the behaviour of many individual particles and their connections can lead to large-scale effects that are visible in the world around us, from magnetic fields to earthquakes to vast star clusters.


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