|a100 greatest discoveries|h[videorecording] /|cThink Film ; Discovery Communications, Inc. ; writer and host, Bill Nye.
|aOne hundred greatest discoveries
|a[United States] :|bScience Channel ;|aTaipei :|bDistributed by Harvest,|c
|a9 videodiscs :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aTitle of first episode on container: Evolution.
|aOriginally produced in 2004-2005.
|aFor specific features see interactive menu.
|g[disc A]|tOrigin and evolution of life|t(Evolution) ~/|rwriter, Michael Angelella ;|tEarth sciences /|rwriter, Michael Angelella --|g[disc B]|tMedicine /|rwriter, Michael Angelella ;|tPhysics /|rwriter, Tony Black --|g[disc C]|tAstronomy /|rwriter, Robert Zimmerman ;|tChemistry /|rwriter, Ivan Amato --|g[disc D]|tGenetics /|rproducer, Jonathan Zurer ; writer, Marcia L. Triunfol ;|tBiology /|rwriter, Christina Reed --|g[disc E]|tTop ten /|rproducer, Robyn Bennett ; writer, Bill Nye.
|aMichael F. Fountain, series producer and director; Robin Bennett, producer ; Michael Angellela, series writer.
|aHosted by Bill Nye.
|aHost Bill Nye examines eight major areas of modern science, giving history and current information. From the miniature world of genetics to the vast expanse of space, review the greatest discoveries of all time across eight different scientific categories in this multi-part series. Includes a closer look at the top ten greatest discoveries as voted on by readers of Discover magazine.