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by • July 3, 2015
Make your own liquid “fireworks” with this simple and safe activity.
Follow filmmaker Paul Clipson as he captures the Exploratorium's waterfront site.
by Steve Gennrich • April 3, 2015
The Studio for Public Spaces team is leading the way at the Market Street Prortyping Fesitval.
As René Descartes (almost) said, "I sink, therefore I am."
This density column always returns to its original three layers.
Explore the influence of the Sun and Moon on our tides.
Model the carbon cycle and its principal reservoirs and flow rates using rice.
Create clouds in a bottle by rapidly expanding the air.
Make a conductivity meter and let your electrolytes shine.
Make your own heat waves in an aquarium.
A carbon dioxide–rich atmosphere changes the water beneath it.
See why ocean acidification is giving some marine organisms shell shock.
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