Electric Dough

Electric Dough

Explore the properties of electricity and creativity using conductive dough. Through hands-on art/science activities, you will learn how circuits work and the difference between conductive and resistive materials.  Use LED lights, play-dough and imagination to create...
Nano and Color

Nano and Color

Nano and Color It is called “nano” and it is one billionth of a meter in size.  That’s the scale that’s used to measure atoms and molecules!  And on that scale, common materials can have very unusual properties.  That’s the basis of a new field of science called...
Architecture

Architecture

Examine and work with different materials to make windows from materials that are not transparent, bridges from material that isn’t stiff and other seemingly impossible building challenges! Learn through experimentation about tensile and compressive strength, as well...