How much water do you need to drink?
A bucket of water upside-down over your head. Not the smartest thing ever? Keep watching…
The principles of sound, explained and demonstrated.
Lifting an ice cube using string and… salt?
A group of refraction demonstrations involving glasses of water.
Why a pencil appears to bend when partly-immersed in water.
Metals reacting with hydrochloric acid, and a fizzy explosion.
Chickens! Electricity! Less unpleasant than it sounds!
Energy transfer, pressure, and the classic egg-in-a-bottle trick.
Is Cheddar Gorge really made of cheese? Ignoring the fact that nobody thinks it is, this team investigate anyway!
One rocket, three laws of motion, one tripod only slightly damaged. Result!
Electrostatics, talent-show style.
So you’ve got a *giant* balloon, what are you going to do with it? Wallop people with it, in the name of physics. Obviously.
What’s going on in the structure of silly putty that makes it behave the way it does?
Reactivity — demonstrations with lithium (meh) and sodium (woah!)
Bananas, mushy peas, rice pudding — it can only be an horrifically messy digestion demo.
A presentation about the chemistry of flame colours.
Acid and alkali react together and make… a foaming mess.
A classroom model of an electrical circuit, captured on film for your viewing delight.
What happens when methane burns, in theory and practice.