Ever wonder what the doctor hears when they hold that cold metal circle up to your heart during your physical? That tool is called a stethoscope and, in this experiment, we’re going to build our own stethoscope so we can hear our heart beats.
Here’s your chance to create an age-old classic, the lava lamp. Using safe chemical reactions with household products you’ll be able to build a science experiment that will continue to spark your curiosity each and every day.
Ever in need of an extra hand? Well we’ve got you covered. In this experiment you’ll use your knowledge of engineering, creative thinking and problem solving to help build a useful and fun tool, a mechanical grabber.
Electric, gas, solar. The list of energy sources we have in society today is longer than ever before! But before all of these, steam was one of our most useful energy sources. In this experiment you’ll harness the power of steam to power a boat to move through the water.