June 2022

Gitanjali Rao

Interview with America’s Top Young Scientist – Gitanjali Rao

Gitanjali Rao had two minutes to convince people that an 11-year-old girl from Colorado could do something about the Flint water crisis. Her video earned her a spot as a finalist in the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge and a chance to work with a scientist mentor. And after months of hard work, and more than …

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Ada Lovelace

The First Computer Programmer – Ada Lovelace

Ada Lovelace was born two centuries ago in London, England. Her father was the super famous poet Lord Byron. Though he was brilliant, he also had the reputation for being a “mad genius.” He abandoned his family early on. Ada’s mother was also incredibly smart, and she insisted her daughter get the best education possible. Ada …

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Paper Chromatography Experiment

Paper Chromatography Experiment

What if I told you, that you can separate colors, with just water and blotting paper, using a fun experiment called paper chromatography. In this article you will find out the purpose of paper chromatography experiment, the principles of chromatography, and a stepwise procedure to perform paper chromatography hands-on! Paper Chromatography using ink. Image Credit_Manylabs …

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Elephant Toothpaste Science Experiment

Elephant Toothpaste Science Experiment

credit: Matthew Rakola Do elephants brush their teeth? Well, if they do, they definitely need some toothpaste, right? Elephant toothpaste science experiment is as cool and crazy as it sounds. Make elephant toothpaste with the kids and teach them about catalysts with this experiment that’s 100% messy and 101% fun.STEM concept: Chemical reactions, catalystsChallenge: MediumMessiness: High Ingredients to …

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Light Refraction Experiment

Light Refraction Experiment

credit: coolscienceexperimentshq.com This one’s more of a science trick rather than an experiment, but it’s still sure to be a hit among kids. Watch them be amazed at this cool light refraction experiment to learn about how light and our eyes work.STEM concept: LightChallenge: EasyMessiness: Low Materials for light refraction experiment: sticky note marker clear glass or water …

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