A simple heat engine made — mostly — from household rubbish.
Holding fire in your hand is either incredibly painful… or you’re doing it this way.
Wire wool, vinegar, and a thermometer — an easy-to-repeat, classic experiment.
A trick involving a can of Coke. You’d worked that out from the title, right? There’s balancing involved too, though.
Snow + science technician + video camera = igloo! Obviously.
The hydrogen test, with a twist.
Salt, oil, lemonade… lava lamp!
The baking powder and vinegar classic.
The preparation and biology of jelly.
Green eggs! Made using red cabbage water.
A fizzy tablet drives a volcano model.
The 1950s. School. Slate tablets, the cane, mortar boards… and buzzing straws.
How to make an electromagnet, and what it can do.
A paper helicopter, and how its wings affects it behaviour.
Super Science Boy explores how to make the best volcano using only house items.
Lemon juice, baking powder, and… a volcano
Christian gets tired and goes to brush his teeth, but something sinister has happened to his toothbrush…
25th June 2008 — the National Physical Laboratory’s Water Rocket Challenge. Expect to get wet.
Using marshmallow models to explain why you look like your parents.