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Science of Cooking • Explore the science behind food and cooking with recipes, activities, and Webcasts.
Each webcast, the Exploratorium staff and teachers demonstrate their science projects and compete for the title of IRON SCIENCE TEACHER!
Why do road bikes have thin tires, while mountain bikes have fat tires?
Explore Saturn, its rings and moons, and see the latest images.
Is it just a glorified plank with roller skate wheels on it? Or is it a highly engineered device through which kids have reclaimed the urban landscape, bringing creativity and style back to the sterile asphalt spaces of sprawl?
The more astronomy changes, the more it stays the same. This series of images juxtaposes ancient and modern study of the celestial bodies.
You may be surprised at the results of this "wimpy" workout.
Sometimes we can learn about outer space when space objects come to us.
Here's how you can model the use of X rays for medical examinations with some sand and a piece of screen.
The Wave Organ is a wave-activated sound sculpture located at the end of a jetty in the San Francisco Bay.
Using a spectroscope, you may see that what appears to be a single color of light is really a combination of colors called a spectrum.
In this episode, you'll get a get a glimpse into frontline efforts to restore healthy, self-sustaining populations of California’s native steelhead and salmon across their historic range.
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