The alginate worms are a fun way to explore polymers. They are slimy but edible. Make sure to wash your
On shaking: it is BLUE!. . . . On standing it is COLORLESS! Here is why this happens...
Why does the solution turn red, yellow and green? Here is a quick demonstration!
Super easy and super fun experiment.
The test tube can be substituted with a small transparent glass.
Learn polymers and find out how celebrity chefs create "fake caviar" in gourmet restaurants.
Another recipe from the fancy new-age molecular gastronomical kitchen.
This time for the sweet tooth experimentalist.
We will introduce fluid power and then you can construct your very own mechanical arm from a few simple materials!
The objective of this experiment is to design a very simple robotic car using easily available materials.
You can begin the
Can playdough conduct electricity? Can you built an electrical circuits using playdough rather than wires?
And more to come soon…