Ever wonder what to do with that left over pumpkin from Halloween or the pumpkin you bought for decorative purposes? How about turning it into a science project?
Test the effect of common antibiotics on gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria with this advanced project.
Some of the most interesting science is in your kitchen! You can find a fascinating variety of life: mold, yeast, and mushrooms, all grouped together as fungi. In this article we'll look at ways you can find out more about these organisms.
Find out how bees and butterflies know where to find good feeding spots with this experiment.
Summer is a great time to learn about and observe the tiny creatures that live in lakes, ponds, or puddles. To collect some specimens, scoop a cup or so of pond water into a jar.
Learn about human anatomy with a fetal pig dissection, since a lot of the internal anatomy is similar to humans'!
Demonstrate the sticking power of germs and the necessity of good hand washing techniques!