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The scattering of light by the atmosphere, which creates the blue sky and red sunsets, can be modeled when light from a flashlight shines through clear glue sticks.
Difficulty: Middle school
This experiments demonstrates how we can bend light using simple tools.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The students will demonstrate the ability to investigate what air is like and where it is found. The children will sense that air is real by capturing it, squeezing it, carrying it, and feeling its weight.
Difficulty: Elementary school
In a nuclear fission reaction in a nuclear power plant, the radioactive element Uranium-235 is used in a chain reaction. This simple experiment demonstrates what happens in a nuclear reaction.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Satellites are used to monitor the condition of the earth's surface over large areas in a short time period. Images from satellites have been used to determine changes in global vegetation patterns, monitor the health of agricultural crops, and measure the amount of evaporation from the earth's surface. The pictures from satellites are not taken with a traditional camera that requires film. Instea
Difficulty: High school
Light has a dual nature: it has the characteristics of both waveforms and particles. This science project was conducted in order to help us better understand the dual nature of light. This paper explains the double split experiment which is also known as Young's experiment, and how the experiment demonstrates the waveform nature of light.
Difficulty: High school
The purpose of the following experiment is to demonstrate that energy from the sun can be collected and stored in many ways. In particular, it demonstrates the difference in the rate of absorption between black and white colors.
Difficulty: Elementary school
This experiment was performed to demonstrate how heat can be transferred from one surface to another by thermal conduction. The experiment was done by comparing the effect of fire on a balloon filled with air and one filled with some water.
Difficulty: Middle school
Using equipment that we might now call simple or even rudimentary, Galileo revolutionized basic scientific principles which were posited by Aristotle and held firmly by scholars of the High Middle Ages and Renaissance. One of his most important experiments was the inclined plane experiment. Galileo used his inclined plane, a simple board with a groove down which he rolled a small metal ball, to ex
Difficulty: High school
In a famous demonstration, Galileo supposedly dropped a heavy weight and a light weight from the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa to show that both weights fall at the same acceleration. Actually, this rule is true only if there is no air resistance. This demonstration lets you repeat Galileo's experiment in a vacuum.
Difficulty: Elementary school
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