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Science of Cooking • Explore the science behind food and cooking with recipes, activities, and Webcasts.
Meet Bart Hopkin, who listens closely to the subtle sonic qualities of wood, water, and pipes as he creates new instruments.
Answers to questions you've asked.
Explore the elements of a scientific paper.
By taking advantage of resonance, you can cause two pendulums to swing in identical cycles.
There's more to polar ice than just frozen water. Learn about the many varieties of ice found at the poles and how and where they form.
Demonstrations of electric Robo-Cars made by 22 Science Summer students.
What do snowflakes look like on Mars?
A drop of water makes a fine magnifying lens.
From 1977 until 2003, the Exploratorium published a quarterly magazine. The Exploratorium Magazine Online is a companion to selected issues of the print magazine, providing key articles and activities and including multimedia features.
Learn how to find the histories and origins of words.
You can make a light painting with a light source, a darkened room, and a digital camera.
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