Science Snacks • Make table-top Exploratorium exhibits
Science of Cooking • Explore the science behind food and cooking with recipes, activities, and Webcasts.
Sometimes we can learn about outer space when space objects come to us.
The more astronomy changes, the more it stays the same. This series of images juxtaposes ancient and modern study of the celestial bodies.
See colors that aren't really there.
Your worn shoe soles reveal whether your feet roll excessively from side to side as you walk.
Try your hand at explaining symbols both modern and ancient, and then make your own.
In this activity, students make bridges using an oil-based modeling clay (plasticene).
Wind tubes are a playful and inventive way to explore the effect that moving air has on objects.
Just how much fat is in ground beef? You may be surprised.
See why these beautiful flowers have attracted generations of admirers.
Each webcast, the Exploratorium staff and teachers demonstrate their science projects and compete for the title of IRON SCIENCE TEACHER!
The earth moves in mysterious ways
A Scribbling Machine is a motorized contraption that moves in unusual ways and leaves a mark to trace it's path.
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