As spring dissolves the cold dark days of winter, thoughts turn to backyard grilling and outdoor gatherings. Anxious for a cause to celebrate, Cinco de Mayo presents a timely excuse to clean the grill and dust off the deck for a party.
Spider-Man™, Captain America™ and The Incredible Hulk™ were all genetically altered and ended up with unique “super” abilities. Imagine how different the storylines could have been if they had been written today instead of more than 50 years ago, especially with the successful completion of the Human Genome Project, an endeavor of the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI).
Not your traditional Hallmark® holidays, Earth Day and DNA Day, both celebrated in April, pay homage to the natural world. While Earth Day is celebrated extensively across the globe, DNA Day is a relative newcomer to the scene.
It’s almost Easter and that means there is plenty of time to celebrate this great holiday with science! Try these fun experiments with your students and science lovers this week!
Are you looking forward to Earth Day? Be prepared by watching these fun experiments and trying them with your students on Earth Day!
Are you looking for fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with your science students? If so, you have to try these experiments in your class lab today! These videos are filled with leprechauns, green experiments and more!
Happy Pi Day! Do want to learn more about this special day and why it’s celebrated? Are you interested in conducting a fun and tasty activity with your students for today? If so, check out these fun Pi videos!
We have some great experiments for you to try with your students in class or at home in celebration of National Engineering Week! From simple motors to hovercrafts, these videos are sure to amaze any aspiring engineer!
Do opposites REALLY attract? Do birds of a feather REALLY stick together? Some say that when it comes to love, there is no rhyme or reason. Are any of these questions and statements actually true? Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist at Rutgers University, conducted a study to determine just that.
Are you excited for Valentine’s Day? Do you want to make to make this year’s day of love even more special? If so, you have to watch these videos and try these Valentine’s Day experiments with your valentine!