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A mass hangs from a string attached to the front of this walking toy (also called a "ramp walker"). Watch as the string almost draws the vectors that make the toy work.
Use vegetable scraps from your kitchen to investigate the stem cells of plants and their potential for new growth.
Solve the problem that took viruses millions of years to conquer by efficiently fitting nucleic acid and proteins into a small package.
Croon a tune, croak like a frog, hum, hoot, or holler—you don’t need to be Pavarotti to transform laser light into dazzling shapes and patterns with the power of your voice.
Water forms a spiraling, funnel-shaped vortex as it drains from a soda bottle. A simple connector device allows the water to drain into a second bottle.
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Attribution: Exploratorium Teacher Institute
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