Magnets! Racing cars! Zoom!
Measuring the speed of light using a microwave oven. Or: a monumental waste of perfectly good chocolate. Depends on your point of view.
Using dyed spaghetti to explore camouflage and natural selection.
Bicarbonate of soda and vinegar do their thing. Also: a fried egg.
The classic egg-in-bottle trick, demonstrated by the eggs themselves.
Taking over the world, one coke-and-mentos reaction at a time.
Siphoning, with added horror.
The hydrogen test, with a twist.
The baking powder and vinegar classic.
Documentary about aircraft wing design.
A demonstration gone wrong? How can this be? Can the superhero scientists solve the calamity?
Exercise, fitness, and their effect on heart rate.
Testing which clothing would be most suitable to wear on a rainy day.
An explosive tour into the fascinating world of capacitors with an electrifying finale.
A magic trick, or… chemistry?
A stern schoolmaster shows his class a violent reaction. With predictably raucous results.
Investigating bridge structures using cardboard and test weights.
Using a levitating magnetic top to measure the effect of the moon’s gravity.
Cornflour and water mix to produce a liquid. Solid. No, liquid. No, wait…
Estimating the speed of traffic using people as measurement markers.