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The frozen worlds of the Arctic and Antarctica
Wind tubes are a playful and inventive way to explore the effect that moving air has on objects.
Make an observatory to see the amazing colors in bubbles!
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Meet Bart Hopkin, who listens closely to the subtle sonic qualities of wood, water, and pipes as he creates new instruments.
What's a droodle? It's a riddle and a doodle all rolled up into one.
Can you tell the difference between human and nonhuman embryos?
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.
Learn how to find the histories and origins of words.
Launch a rocket with a plastic pop bottle and use Height Site to figure out how high it flies.
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