Science Snacks • Make table-top Exploratorium exhibits
Science of Cooking • Explore the science behind food and cooking with recipes, activities, and Webcasts.
Use a lamp and a grease spot to estimate the power output of the sun.
Students become Internet researchers and learn about NASA satellites.
Come along as we explore the cool, dark world of cheese.
These tricky pictures shift and change as you look at them.
A naked egg is an egg without a shell. Using vinegar, you can dissolve the eggshell without breaking the membrane that contains the egg.
Cinema Arts will be presenting films this summer at Curioddyssey at Coyote Point the fourth Friday of June, July and August. Families will enjoy a series of shorts celebrating creative observations, natural phenomena, and human and animal behaviors.
Watch a chick embryo develop the specialized tissues, organs, and structure of a fully formed chick.
Take a peek at the colorful world of plant sex.
If you want to dig a ditch in the Arctic, you'd better bring more than a shovel.
Meet Bart Hopkin, who listens closely to the subtle sonic qualities of wood, water, and pipes as he creates new instruments.
A bicycle, masking tape, paper, pencil, and a little curiosity are all you need to find out how the gears of a bicycle work.
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