Looking for some fun experiments to do with your kids this week? Here are a few activities you can accomplish with nothing more than the pennies you find in your couch cushions.
Ever wonder why some ice is clear and some is cloudy? Here's the real science behind frozen water, and a great DIY for you and your family. Make an enormous ice cube this weekend for a snow cone party!
Ever wonder what's going on under the lid? Once you seal a pressure cooker there's a lot of science that goes into breaking down meats and grains, they're amazing devices!
It's time for another round of "Ask Dan!" I love answering your Facebook questions, and this time we had some spectacular science to explore!
How exactly do induction burners work? This magical form of heat is actually magnetic, no gas flames or electric burners in sight. Stay tuned for the science behind magnetic fields and hot pans!
Eggs are not only terrific for breakfast, they're also a wonderful teaching tool for all sorts of science lessons. Here are a few physics and chemistry experiments to perform with your family this weekend!
Though champagne can be consumed year round, most of us turn to the bubbly stuff when December pushes its last seconds through the hourglass. As I pour myself a cold flute of the golden liquid my mind turns to the more technical aspects of this spectacular drink. It’s time to investigate the physics of champagne!
Is there anything more charming than a skyline filled with balloons? Whether they're floating with hot air or helium, I'll teach you what keeps them in the sky while Tanya demonstrates a delightful craft to make with your kids!
As the weather takes a turn into cooler temperatures I find myself longing for maple syrup. I want to imbue its flavor into everything I bake, be it savory or sweet. Well, if you're wondering where that sweet sap comes from and how we get it, look no further!
When the weather changes, and the air becomes crisp with wintery anticipation our minds turn to the burnished flavors of fall. Apple, cinnamon, pumpkin, and that king of all syrups: maple. At some point in our lives each of us has pulled a bottle of the liquid gold off the grocery store shelf and marveled at the price tag. Indeed, maple syrup is a costly item, but one that is more than worth the investment
High flying acrobatics ensue when we heat the tiny water droplet trapped inside corn bran. Learn the reason behind the sound in this quick lesson on popcorn!