As we approach our first birthday, can you help us to find the stand out videos from 2012?
Since launching the Ri Channel back in December 2011 we've become pretty adept at looking around the web for the best videos exploring science, technology, engineering of maths.
There are now over 300 videos on the site produced by the Ri or sourced from a range of partner organisations and independent filmmakers. From the beautiful and inspiring to the explosive and weird, the videos have come in all styles and formats but we've always tried to keep the quality of content really high. In many ways it should be hard to get onto the site and I hope the films that you see truly represent the best of the web.
This got us thinking about whether there were certain films that have really struck a chord with our audience. Can we find the best of the best of the web?
Select your favourite Ri Channel video and help us compile a list of the best science videos from 2012. We'll publish the top ten when we celebrate our first birthday in December.
Simply add a comment below or use our Feedback form.
Here are some stand out videos selected by Ri staff to get you thinking...
As Ofsted calls for science education to be more 'curiosity-led', Gail Cardew asks if the answer might already exist in every classroom.
Posted to Talking science on26th November 2013
James Canning from the Thomas Hardye school in Dorset describes what it was like to attend the 2013 L'Oréal Young Scientist Centre unconference.
Posted to Ri events on25th November 2013