Send your favorite baseball player on a journey through time.
In the 1870s, an American woman could not vote. She could not own property in her own name after marriage. But she could play ball. . .
Make a paper model that helps explain the changing tides.
Use a sheet of liquid crystal to learn about how infrared cameras work.
Can you recognize an ordinary penny? It may be tougher than you think!
Have you ever wondered what makes blue cheese blue, or why some cheeses are hard and others soft?
Most paper airplanes are flat, but these paper hoops can really fly!
What brings archeologists and astronomers alike to this ten-mile canyon in remote New Mexico?
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.
The three most densely populated cities on the planet where seismologists expect major earthquakes are San Francisco, Tokyo, and Istanbul. Find out why the effects in each city will be very different.
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