Learn how living things get energy from dead ones in this interactive exhibit.
Seasoned gardeners depend on a community of bacteria, worms, and insects to get the most out of their plantings. Find out why.
Explore the important engineering concepts of yield strength, ultimate strength, and elasticity as they relate to building a better bicycle.
Learn to throw a curveball, a slider, or even a screwball by throwing a Styrofoam ball.
Human corpses decay alfresco, all in the name of forensic science.
A bicycle, masking tape, paper, pencil, and a little curiosity are all you need to find out how the gears of a bicycle work.
Why is baseball so popular in Japan?
When you ride a bike in a straight line, you must make many minor corrections in order to stay upright.
Learn about bike gears using thread spools and a rubber band.
Examine the tools of the baseball trade: bats, balls, and gloves.
Why is the bicycle the most efficient way to travel? Explore bicycle science and culture.
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