Science Snacks • Make table-top Exploratorium exhibits
Science of Cooking • Explore the science behind food and cooking with recipes, activities, and Webcasts.
Discover the secret colors hidden in black ink. With a paper towel, a black marker, and a cup of water, create a rainbow of colors while exploring capillary action and chromatography.
Dig into the succulent science of making things grow.
Just how much fat is in ground beef? You may be surprised.
Learn the science behind bad hair days, and learn how hair increases its length when humidity increases, making curly hair frizz and straight hair go limp.
The nearly ice-free Dry Valleys are an Antarctic anomaly, and Earth's closest equivalent to Mars.
Images of images of images can appear to repeat forever.
The Exploratorium is taking it outside to explore natural and human-made phenomena in and around San Francisco. Look for new episodes twice each month.
Lisa Miller is a mechanic and teacher who shows her auto shop students how to use their listening skills to fix cars.
How many objects can you follow at once?
A soap film becomes an ever-changing work of art.
By taking advantage of resonance, you can cause two pendulums to swing in identical cycles.
In 2009, the ECHO (Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations) Partners hosted a national symposium held at the Exploratorium to discuss the effects of climate change on the planet. You can watch archived webcasts of the symposium.
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