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One of my favorite toys to take to presentations and to get kids attention in the classroom is the toilet paper cannon. And, while it isn't really a cannon, it does shoot a stream of toilet paper across a room and cover people with a white blanket of fun. You can't ima...

I've had a "burning" desire to build a cannon for years and I figured if I was going to build a cannon, it should be a ridiculously big cannon - big enough to shoot bowling balls. The dream started when I was hosting a special for the History Channel about the explosiv...

In my chemistry class we finish the school year with a unit called "The Chemistry of Coffee" where we explore the chemical reactions involved in roasting coffee and discover how roasting green coffee beans into different types of roasts produces different compounds and...

What happens to poop in the jungle? This is what I found myself thinking on a recent trip deep into the Jungles of Borneo. 

Borneo is the third largest island in the world and is part of Southeast Asia (Wikipedia). The island is home to three different countries - Malay...

I've teamed up with Mr. G from the Mr. G Science Show to explore how telecommunications work by experimenting with a laser and a solar cell. The experiment demonstrates how information can be sent as a signal of of light (electromagnetic radiation) and as the light tur...

All it takes is one search on the internet and you will find thousands of recipes for making slime at home, but how do you know which one to use? The crew at Beals Science has taken the guess-work out of making your own slime; we've been testing recipes for more than 1...

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