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Science of Cooking • Explore the science behind food and cooking with recipes, activities, and Webcasts.
Learn about the most important piece of equipment-- your feet!
In celebration of Albert Einstein's work in 1905, science laboratories and museum around the world (including the Exploratorium) participated in a twelve-hour webcast that explored Einstein's influence on current physics research.
By passing the winter frozen as solid as a holiday fruit cake, the wood frog breaks all rules. Scientists hoping to preserve human organs are paying close attention.
Explore mechanical elements such as cams, levers, and linkages to create your own moving sculpture.
Make it grow . . . bigger, lusher, juicier.
Learn about the transit of Venus - what it is, what you'll see, and why it's important. View the rarest eclipse of them all - the Transit of Venus.
Most people abhor the sound of their own recorded voice. So what are these recording devices doing to our voices to make them sound so awful?
by Paul Doherty • March 4, 2016
How can an event end the day before it begins?
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