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Science of Cooking • Explore the science behind food and cooking with recipes, activities, and Webcasts.
Everything you ever wanted to know about bubbles, but were afraid to ask.
Human corpses decay alfresco, all in the name of forensic science.
Try your hand at explaining symbols both modern and ancient, and then make your own.
Your brain is always looking for blank spaces and filling them in. Sometimes, your brain leaps to the wrong conclusion. Then you get a surprise!
To understand how skaters turn in midair, try this little experiment.
Meet a kinetic sculptor.
The Exploratorium’s Mind collection showcases dozens of interactive exhibits and artworks that let you explore your own thoughts and feelings. While you're on the website you can play with interactives and ponder explorations of the mind.
The Antarctic food web is the simplest on the planet, and krill are at its hub.
The impacts of climate change hit most severely at the poles.
Can't decide if you're sandy or silty? Try this simple test.
Tour a hydroponic greenhouse in frozen Antarctica.
Why do road bikes have thin tires, while mountain bikes have fat tires?
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