Atoms, elements and molecules. Understanding the building blocks of matter.
Why does soap work to get the grease and dirt off of dirty pans and other things when water alone can't do the job?
Welding is an important industrial process, but do you know how it works?
In this video we replicate Pascal's famous experiment that showed atmospheric pressure was due to the column of the weight of the air above.
How to build a Foucault Pendulum to prove that the Earth is rotating.
Do this experiment to learn about different pigments in leaves.
This video presents Young's Double Slit Experiment, the historical background that makes the experiment important and a version of the experiment you can make on your own.
How does anyone balance on a unicycle? Just keep pedaling!
The differences of surface tension between soap and water can really make things go.
The Earth is approximately 4,000 miles from the center to its surface, but what makes up those miles of earth? Let's take a journey inside.
How does a battery work? Allow Alessandro Volta and Luigi Galvani to explain.
What is the best way to repair a heart after a heart attack? Maybe a tissue engineered blood vessel will work.
How do airplanes fly? It's not magic. Learn about the forces that help (and hinder) airplane flight.
What causes a material to be magnetic?
PhD candidate Tyler DeWitt discusses how scientists could better focus on communicating their main ideas through appealing narratives.