Ever wonder how skateboarders leap into the air with their board seeming to follow underneath their feet? That is called an ollie and it’s one of the fundamental tricks in skateboarding. Watch as our team of talented Science Center skaters demonstrate the physics of the ollie. Connect with curiosity!
The Science Center’s Collections Department cares for and preserves a wide variety of artifacts, some of which may surprise you! From animals to fossils, ancient pottery to meteorites, space toys to medical tools, here you can discover a selection of wonderful things from A-Z. Connect with curiosity!
Have you ever heard a jar “pop” when you first take off its lid? If you have, then you’re familiar with a vacuum seal. Watch as Aric shows how a vacuum seal can form when you heat the contents of a pot, cover it with a lid, and let it cool. Connect with curiosity!
Share how you science at home! Our members have been busy at home working on science experiments and expanding their curiosity. If you want to share your own moments, submit your videos and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to see them. Connect with curiosity!
Singing goblets! In this at-home activity, learn how to make musical sounds with just a glass and some water. The key is sound vibrations; as our fingers run along the rim of the glass, the friction causes the glass to vibrate and make the noise that we hear. We can change the noise, or the… Continue reading
In this at-home lesson, learn how to ‘pull’ off the classic tablecloth magic trick by understanding Isaac Newton’s Laws of Motion for an activity that everyone can participate in!