Creating shapes by putting together paper rhombuses and discovering the relationship between the angles and the shapes.
Use a computer to study the mysteries of the world of mathematics.
Learn how physicists can use beams of colimated light to measure things we cannot see.
Black holes are bodies that have so much mass that they collapse under their own gravity. Find out how to calculate their enormous mass.
Experiment with invisible infrared light and see how it might cause the greenhouse effect.
Discover how binary logic is used to create computers
The physics of the conduction of electricity is very similar to the conduction of heat. Learn how materials vary in their ability to conduct.
Discover the principle of the conservation of angular momentum. It's alot easier than it sounds!
Learn how to dream up some DNA and check to see if it exists in the world genome databases.
Travel somewhere near where you live and collect some fossils.
Using coffee and cream to demonstrate the principles used by meteorologists to track the weather.
Test ocean, river and lake water turbidity using this easy-to-make device.
Look for wood warblers in the Spring forest.
Discover a new food for you and your family by being an ethnobotanist in an ethnic food store.
Being a scientist isn't always about molecules and lasers. Explore the world of science through the eyes of an ethnobotanist.
Discover what blood types are and how to guess your blood type using your parents' blood types.
Can you be a gene detective and uncover the clues to see if a set of chromosomes indicates Down Syndrome?
Understand the basics of how photodynamic drugs and red lasers work together.
Find out how many unique kinds of T-cells the human genome (consisting of 100,000 genes) can create.
Learn how to get the DNA out of any living thing.
A simple solution of soap in water can give hints to the structure of primitive cell membranes in early forms of life on Earth.
Learn to observe an animal\'s activities and behaviour scientifically.
Hares and voles. Two animals you can learn alot from if you try these two simple outdoor observation experiments.
Learn about different kinds of fish in your local grocery market or lake/river.
Find out if the movements of the hands are different between the men and women around you.
Try some easy experiments that test how well your mind can remember some simple lists.