VideoEXPIRES: 5/30/2024 Mr. C has one last cool activity to demonstrate: making a paperclip float on top of water!
Surface Tension - Floating Paperclip | DIY Science Time
Surface Tension - Slide Trough | DIY Science Time
VideoEXPIRES: 5/30/2024 Mr. C’s next demonstration replicates German scientist Agnes Pockels’ slide trough experiment.
Surface Tension - Pepper Experiment | DIY Science Time
VideoEXPIRES: 5/30/2024 Mr. C. spices things up with his next surface tension experiment. This next demonstration uses ground pepper, water, and dish soap.
Surface Tension - Cube Bubble | DIY Science Time
VideoEXPIRES: 5/30/2024 Time to get sudsy! Mr C.’s next surface tension experiments require straws, water, and dish soap. Mr. C even shows how to make a cube bubble!
Surface Tension - Penny Experiment | DIY Science Time
VideoEXPIRES: 5/30/2024 In this edition of DIY Science Time, host Mr. C. conducts a series of experiments all about surface tension. Mr. C’s first experiment shows how many water droplets can fit onto a...
Into the Outdoors Minute: The Ice Caves of Lake Superior | Into the Outdoors
VideoEXPIRES: 6/2/2023 This “Into the Outdoors” minute explores the fascinating icicle formations found at the southern shores of Lake Superior.
Dairy Science 101 | Into the Outdoors
VideoEXPIRES: 6/2/2023 Cows have naturally made milk for over a million years. How do cows convert grass into liquid protein? Joey and Caroline visit Pagels Ponderosa Dairy, where they explore the science...
The Driftless Area Mystery | Into the Outdoors
VideoEXPIRES: 6/2/2023 Glaciers reshaped much of Wisconsin’s landscape. As these glaciers retreated, the glacial drift left behind rocks, sand, and other glacial material. Earth scientists mapped areas...
Biological Carrying Capacity | Into the Outdoors
VideoEXPIRES: 6/2/2023 An ecosystem can only support a limited number of species before problems begin happening. How do scientists determine that number, and what things can affect it?
Lyme Disease | Into the Outdoors
VideoEXPIRES: 6/2/2023 Lyme disease is a spirochete infection known as Borrelia Burgdorferi and is spread by arthropods like ticks. It is estimated to be more widespread than West Nile virus and AIDS...