science experiments

Alonzo Yanes was hospitalized for months after his teacher's "rainbow experiment" engulfed him in flames.
Teenagers have been snorting condoms through their noses and out their mouths as part of a social media “condom challenge.” But condom challenges aren’t a new trend.
For kids, science experiments are cool, fun and exciting. Making a volcano that erupts, what could be better than that? The
To improve the process of ethical oversight of research, we need to change our attitudes, and recognize far more fully that complicated moral issues, strains and vagaries are involved.
Think you want to plan a scientific party for your birthday boy or girl? Here are some crafty and creative ideas you can do at home.
H/T Viral Viral Videos What happens when you mix Coca-Cola and milk? The video of the experiment was first posted on YouTube
Video produced by Samuel Wilkes. From setting off the sprinkler system to setting the room on fire, our video mashup shows
"Here I have a beaker full of glycerol," science educator Ross Exton says in the video. "If I take a pyrex test tube and
Rubber band wars are familiar to almost everyone who has ever set foot in a middle school classroom, but firing the bands
If oobleck physics is complicated, the recipe for the stuff is surprisingly simple. Just mix two parts cornstarch for every
Ever wonder what happens when you drop a bottle of liquid nitrogen into a bucket full of ping pong balls? Check it out in
The chemists are at a bit of a loss to explain the physics underlying the reaction, but the result is pretty spectacular
What's the world's most boring science experiment? You could make a pretty good case for the "pitch drop" experiment. It
While the CIA was working so hard to control people's minds, it turns out it's pretty easy to get people to do what you say
“It’s tragic that our students are only grasping the basics and not doing the higher-level analysis and providing written
As with the division of labor within marriage, I'm a big believer that - it's best to be honest as a parent about which tasks you like and which tasks you find onerous.